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Hypomecis punctinalis, the pale oak beauty, is a moth of the family Geometridae. The species was first described by Giovanni Antonio Scopoli in his 1763 Entomologia Carniolica. The species can be found in central and southern Europe, Asia Minor, Transcaucasia, Russia, the Russian Far East, Japan, Korea, Ussuri and western China.
The wingspan is 46–55 mm. The length of the forewings is 22–26 mm. The forewings have a grey-white ground colour with a brownish tinge and are fine blackish dusted. The outer margin of the forewing has a convexity. The forewings have conspicuous transverse lines and a clear discal mark. The discal mark is pale centred and dark ringed. The forewings of the male have a fovea. The hindwings are similarly marked. The hindwing median and second lines are conspicuously dark and wavy.
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L'insecte est bien placé dans le cadrage. La prise de vue permet de voir les détails du papillon La Boarmie pointillée. La lumière donne de belles teintes aux couleurs de l'image. Bonne journée.
Ciao Luciano, delizioso richiamo con dettagli impressionanti, gran macro, bravissimo, ciao Silvio
- [2019-08-20 8:32]
Good picture of this geometridae Luciano!
This one sound familiar to me, I thing that I know this one or very similar here in Spain!
- [2019-08-20 17:26]
Well captured this moth and the NOTE defines more about, the background looking stream side.
Detailed photo of a camouflaged moth with nice open-wing position and great exposure. Not your most spectacular photo due to the dull colors of the moth, but again an image with extremely powerful flashlight management. Good shot!
Kind regaards, László