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Juan Manuel

Juan Manuel

Journalist now in Philippines. I colaborate with www.bidiversidadvirtual.com: to seek for all the natural species of the world.

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Juan Manuel Cosmopterix Moth
Cosmopterix Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines6 years ago

Tnx Bayucca!

Juan Manuel Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines6 years ago

Yup. Leana, Looks like Choreutis. Tnx!

Juan Manuel Asura Moth
Asura Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines6 years ago

Tnx, Agnes... Just Edit it!

Juan Manuel Unknown spotting
Unknown spotting commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

Yup Agnes. My problem is about the color. I have seen this moth in a lot of color, from almost black till almost yellow. Is really the same species?
BTW Sorry for the absence but you know... There was a typoon :(

Juan Manuel Mango Hawkmoth
Mango Hawkmoth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

tnx, Lenny and Jatishwor!

Juan Manuel Noctuidae Moth
Noctuidae Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

Tnx, Lenny!

Juan Manuel Cracker Butterfly
Cracker Butterfly commented on by Juan Manuel Costa Rica7 years ago

Nice series!

Juan Manuel Arctiidae Moth
Arctiidae Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

Tnx, Leana! Wow! great pics in that community. I liked it!

Juan Manuel Arctiidae Moth
Arctiidae Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

Tnx, all of you! Wow, Ashley T, More than 28.000 visits to the pic and more that 2.000 coments, Amazing!
Many people asked me how can this moth fly with this. Ok, the answer is it can't. The coremata is a pneumatic system. Apears and dissapear in seconds, it's just a "device" for the short distance. In the long distance the pheromones involved are spread by the females.

Juan Manuel Noctuidae Moth
Noctuidae Moth commented on by Juan Manuel Cagayan, Philippines7 years ago

Yup, you're right, as usual. Tnx Nuwan.

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