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|This is a very tiny Moth with a light green colour. I shot it while it was hiding among leaves. Fill flash was used. I think it is a Geometer Moth. Experts may kindly advice.|
The geometer moths or Geometridae (from Greek geo γη or γαια 'the earth' and metron μέτρων 'measure' — refers to the larvae, or inchworms, which appear to "measure the earth" as they move in a looping fashion) are a family of the order Lepidoptera. A very large family, it has around 35,000 species of moths described, and over 1400 species from six subfamilies indigenous to North America alone. A well-known member is the peppered moth, Biston betularia, which has been subject of numerous studies in population genetics. Several other geometer moths are notorious pests.
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- [2015-07-25 8:11]
Very beautiful macro of this special moth. Great sharpness, details and an attractive diagonal composition.
Ciao Ram, great macro of nice moth, fine details, splendid sharpness and wonderful natural colors, very well done, my friend, have a good week end, greetings from warm Italy, ciao Silvio
very nice composition with good details and lovely colours
thanks gr lou
- [2015-07-25 16:08]
Hi Ram,excellent capture of this geometer moth,maybe of the genus scopula but i'm not sure,i haven't time today for a good reserch...ehehe..fine details and brigt colors too.Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
- [2015-07-27 1:45]
The texture on these wings is very good.
Very simple yet effective composition with bold shapes and colors.