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Anthrazitmotte

Euplocamus anthracinalis

Notes:

Das Video zeigt den Falter bei der Eiablage. /////////////////// The video shows the moth while oviposition.

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2 Comments

FFHRheingau
FFHRheingau 7 years ago

Exactly my thought! :-p
I'm always amused when someone from Mexico or Indonesia comments on my dreary spottings "Wow, beautiful, never seen this before!" and I (in my head) "Yeah, of course, and now go back to your birds-of-paradise, poison dart frogs and brightly-coloured butterflies and beetles and and and - :(" But then I take a look at this moth and feel content again ;)

injica
injica 7 years ago

wonderful :))) will never ever complain that Europe has no interesting and exotic-patterned creatures ;)

FFHRheingau
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FFHRheingau

Rüdesheim am Rhein, Hessen, Germany

Spotted on May 20, 2012
Submitted on Jul 1, 2013

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