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That is correct, there is local variation within populations.
Hey Kel, I think you meant "bug." ;) This is a great series by the way. You always find the coolest things.
Good call. I should really stop trying to ID late at night :)
Beautiful find Dr. I can only hope one day I will be able to explore the moth diversity in this region too. :)
Interesting that you fount this in Zimbabwe. I thought they were strictly North American.
I've seen these all the time and I can never find a reference to what they are. Mighty puzzling.
Thanks Megan, I use a Venus 60mm f/2.8. It's a fun little lens. Completely manual, which adds a new challenge.
Nice find, it appears that this female was finishing up drying her new wings.
That'd be really neat Jacob. You can contact me at email@example.com
Hi DrNamgyalT.Sherpa, I was wondering what you're advice was trying to say? I have had success using a flash at night with my moth photography. Sadly, this example is the rare example when my flash's batteries had died.