- horia (16656)
- [2007-04-03 8:53]
Another very interesting post from you!
Indeed, very few people heared of this type of moths...a very nice note and a good read.
The detatails are great in all the photos and i raelly like the way you integrated all the data and picture about this moth in the note. This way we have a superb habitat, a larva and also adults.
Speaking about the habitat...i'm sure, being a postglacial element, it contains all sorts of interesting fauna :)
Great macro and presentation!
Bravo and TFS
- jaycee (25460)
- [2007-04-03 9:35]
No, I never knew that. Very interesting notes. This is a beautiful presentation with wonderful colors and details. It's nice to learn something new.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-04-03 9:39]
Many thanks for a brilliant illustrated lecture on this interesting moth species which I didn't know about. All pictures are very fine and I really like the male above with a beautiful pattern on his hind wings. Impressive work!
TFS and best wishes, Ulla
- Argus (50626)
- [2007-04-03 10:27]
Excellent photos and notes teaching us about the Small China-mark moth. Knowing very little about micro-moths, I personally found this posting both instructive and pleasing to see, especially when you give us a look at the various stages of development and the habitat.
TFs and have a good week,
- batu (16383)
- [2007-04-03 11:52]
just a real TrekNature-contribution including excellent pictures of these small moths and an excellent note.
Best wishes, Peter
- fartash (5161)
- [2007-04-03 12:06]
What a wonderful work,
I don't know anything about them,
Great presentation and note,
Excellent lighting and colors,
- Alex99 (23735)
- [2007-04-03 12:14]
Thank you for your nice, informative and written with humor note as well as the beautiful illustrations for it. Both shot are great. Their subjects, sharpness, amazing colours and perfect composition testify to skillfulness of their author. Bravo. My best regards and TFS.
A set of immensely beautiful pictures of this acquatic moth, Michal.
Both images are very well captured and bring out the unique beauty of this attractive looking moth. I like the BG in the second picture.
Would you know why our friend Krzysztof is keeping away from TN these days?
- saguzar (7202)
- [2007-04-03 16:36]
You´re right, I never seen or heard about acquatic moths, your photographic document is amazing and very useful to me. Excellent macro quality and note.
- cicindela (9226)
- [2007-04-03 16:43]
Coz moge powiedziec o tej prezentacji. Dzieki workshopom, linkom, no i oczywiscie swietnym fotkom i profesjonalnej notce to jedna z ciekawszych i na pewno bardziej "totalnych" prezentacji w Twoim zbiorze na TN :)
- scottevers7 (12309)
- [2007-04-03 19:59]
A new one for me! I find it extremely interesting. The two different POV's between male and female are very helpful. The photos are excellent, and the notes are very educational. This is what seperates this site from all others. Great work!
- red45 (31094)
- [2007-04-04 3:49]
Ano slyszelismy ;-) Moj ulubiony temat, bez dwoch zdan. Bardzo ciekawe zlozenie zdjec samca/samicy, oba bardzo dobrej jakosci. Samiec ladniejszy ;-) Notka to juz oddzielna historia - mistrzostwo. Do tego workshopy. Tak powinien wygladac idealny post na TN!
No i wysmienita wiadomosc o naszych ludziach na Antarktydzie - zazdroszcze :-)
- Christopher_PL (2685)
- [2007-04-12 14:41]
Piękna kompozycja. Jeśli masz więcej takich fotek - zapraszam do wrzucania ich na moją stronę Motyle Europy. Pozdrawiam