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Moth. by John Bennett



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4.09.2005 at 17:25h
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For those lepidopterists amongst you. What species of moth is this,it has a wing span of 15 cm.


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Cees Kuijs, 4.09.2005 at 17:34h

I have no idea, John. But it is a beauty, that`s for sure.
You keep this one alive, I hope ??
Greetings, Cees

Jan Van Der Hooft, 4.09.2005 at 17:38h

Never saw this before, very nice moth. Thanks for sharing

Irma + Kai Keller, 4.09.2005 at 18:37h

this is a beauty!!!!
very well captured!
excellent colours and sharpness!

John Moore, 4.09.2005 at 19:01h

A ripper, what is the area it habitates??
Beautiful specimen and wonderful photo mate.
Best wishes from Oz.


Esther Scheelings, 4.09.2005 at 22:13h

Wow, what a big one......don't know what it is but John M. should know!

Detomaso, 5.09.2005 at 7:31h

Never seen!
Very nice picture.
FG Thomas

Buck Wicker, 5.09.2005 at 13:22h

Dramatic! very nicely captured

Dominic Falcone, 5.09.2005 at 15:23h

Dont know a thing about moths John, but it does make a very interesting picture.

Rob Bennett, 5.09.2005 at 16:58h

I think i can help..... its not a moth its a hang glider!!
i have seen smaller birds! beautiful shot either way.
Cheers Rob.

Rob Bennett, 5.09.2005 at 18:55h

eurica!!! i think it is a madigascan moon moth a.k.a comet moth. ( Argema mittrei ) ...Oh and it's a girlie, the males have even longer tails.
Cheers Rob.

John Bennett, 5.09.2005 at 19:48h

A Madigascan Moon Moth! wow I wish I had seen it fly now, it surely is a magnificent creature. Thanks Rob.

Robert L. Roux, 7.09.2005 at 9:23h

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