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CarolG Plus
10 199 19 Greece
5 Mar 2011 6:06AM
A fine image, well captured. Carol

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Very detailed macro work
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
5 Mar 2011 6:09AM
Excellent macro image, the detail being outstanding.
Ronnie.
LynneJoyce Plus
8 20 99 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 6:47AM
A stunning macro shot.
Superb. Sylvia
vickyf Plus
11 8 8 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 8:24AM
Great image - I love the spines on the stem which echo those on the caterpillar!
5 Mar 2011 8:38AM
Sharp and colourfull great macro shot

Click

Iain
franken Plus
14 4.1k 4 Wales
5 Mar 2011 8:44AM
Excellent macro.

Ken
super macro shot,
Daisymaye Plus
8 23 10 Canada
5 Mar 2011 12:24PM
An excellent macro....................Sandy
5 Mar 2011 12:40PM
A really fine macro image.

Colin
Chinga Plus
6 3 1 United Kingdom
5 Mar 2011 3:56PM
Absolutely perfect! Very good... IB
SlowSong Plus
8 6.7k 29 England
5 Mar 2011 4:08PM
Excellent bit of behaviour captured here. Fine macro work.
Chris
5 Mar 2011 4:28PM
Great shot.

John Smile
Beautiful capture!
Sam.
Jestertheclown Plus
8 7.4k 249 England
5 Mar 2011 7:58PM
I don't know what the title's supposed to mean but, for what it's worth, that looks to me like a "Cinnabar Moth" caterpillar.
5 Mar 2011 9:22PM
Brilliant capture.Well done.
Glostopcat Plus
10 255 2 England
8 Mar 2011 8:39PM
A fabulous close up, the detail, colours and clarity are first class
10 Mar 2011 12:37PM
Great macro work. Fine example of the 'maggot-with-a-football-jersey-on'; The Cinnabar Moth Tyria jacobaeae

Used to see these in clusters on ragwort. Ragwort is being eradicated as it poisons cattle, so this species of day-flying moth is getting scarce.
In case anyone's interested. Grin
AJW
Jestertheclown Plus
8 7.4k 249 England
10 Mar 2011 2:25PM

Quote:Ragwort is being eradicated as it poisons cattle,

Nothing to do with the image but as an aside, ragwort is also toxic to horses. It' not harmful, however to sheep.
Many years ago, I used to keep a couple of horses on at a livery stable and the owner used to alternate the stock in his fields using sheep and horses. The horses generated an income and the sheep ate the ragwort as they grazed thus keeping the ground healthy.
15 Mar 2011 4:57PM
Your folio is brillant as is this macro, well done, Don
ruurd Plus
5 53 Netherlands
21 Mar 2011 1:06PM
thanx everbody for this great reactions greetings ruurd

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