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|This white peacock is a species of butterfly in the family Nymphalidae, found in the southeastern U.S.A. throughout much of South America. The males of the species display a unique territorial behavoir, in which they stake out a territory typically 15 meters in diameter that contains larval host plants. They perch in this area and aggressively protect it from other insects and other male white peacocks.|
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Nice too see a good quality butterfly picture where BG is beautiful and exposure is perfect to me. Nice composition.
Thanks for sharing,
une superbe composition, joli flou en arrière.
- [2016-11-01 16:12]
Hi Pedro,fantastic capture of this beautiful butterfly that i seen me too many times during my trips in central and south America. Always nice to meet and to take,and your pic is an example of your great class,i like it! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
- [2016-11-01 17:08]
Superb. The way the butterfly is standing on the flower is beautiful.
- [2016-11-01 18:09]
Impressive shot of the White Peacock. The focus is razor sharp showing exceptional detail with rich yet natural colors. This pose gives us a great look at it's beautifully marked wings. Great job on the exposure, especially under such harsh lighting.
great sharpness composition with nice light and beautiful colours
thanks gr lou