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This lovely little moth had a wingspan of approx. 2.5 cm / 1 inch.
Hills overlooking Manila.
Wow, fascinating series!
Thank you for your comments Nuwan, S Frazier, and Argy Bee! :-)
Stunning shot Ann. The way the light comes through the wings shows how thin and delicate they are... like tinted glass.
Thank you Leuba! :-)
The moth is without doubt a real beauty but your photography has enhanced all the best features. I love the light and shadow. Very beautiful - thanks !
#2 is just more beautiful, besides being more helpful for ID. I almost overlooked it during my quick screening ("Oh, no, not a green one again...")...
Thanks so much for your ID help Dominik!And sorry yes I know the 2nd shot is more helpful when it comes to making an ID...
Thanks for your comment Jeannette!
Geometridae, Ennominae, Cassymini, Zamarada sp., but not Excisa. I suggest that you take #2 as #1!
Absolutely beautiful :)
Thanks so much for your comments Jellis, Jill & Leana! :-)
Love the 2nd photo! Great spot and photo AnnvanWijgerden!
Me too! :-)
Very pretty! Reminds me of jade.
Spotted on Nov 26, 2012 Submitted on Nov 28, 2012
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