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Butterflies can be tough. One or two shots faciong away from me and off up high into the tree tops. Have you ever seen one like this before? New to me.
Lovely focus and angle...
Nope, I haven't. But it's a very pretty one.
This looks like an Argent and Sable Moth - very distinctive colours and markings.
What a beauty, Tony, great spot and capture. Carol
Not see one with these markings before Tony !!
A very striking image Tony. Super capture.
Thank you for comments, and thank you Karen for ' Argent or Sable moth '. I should look these things up but I have come to rely on
well informed epzers who are so helpful. I'm not much use for ident. If someone should upload a Rhombic antenna, then I could be
Great capture Tony
Thanks Cliff. The moth was feeding on the tiny red buds of a low bush holly. Must have been very good nectar. There were dozens of bees and bumble bees attracted to those pea sized red blooms. I did see bees intentionally buzz the moth but it only moved a little. TG
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