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Author 'Royer.daniel' (Id 40625 ) : Moth found in broad daylight, there on the open wings a circle with orange colors, Blueberry may be another.

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EXIF : Brand: Panasonic | Camera: Panasonic Lumix DMC FZ50
Aperture: f/2.8 | Exposure time: 1/25 s | ISO: 200 | Focal: 7.4 mm (eq. 35 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité ouverture (2) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (16) | Date: 09/07/2007 14:50:17
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> Gabdou12 >Reply May 08, 2010
I found one in my school! : 11: It is really beautiful, I call sphinxy limit: 6:!
> Juju >Reply Sep 24, 2009
Bravo: very nice picture, my son is fascinated by insects, he has seven years and we just found the caterpillar of the sphinx.
> Lalalili >Reply Mar 11, 2009
: 4: It is truly extraordinary (I speak mostly peacock!): 6: Congratulations to those who took the photo! : 3:
> Achepai >Reply Aug 16, 2008
Beautiful photo of a sphinx eyespot, I found the same the day before yesterday but the rain has damaged.
> Anh_riz >Reply Jul 29, 2008
This butterfly sphinx demi-paon is horrible. I just found the caterpillar in my garden ! I take the meaning of the word metamorphosis...
> Targas >Reply Sep 19, 2007
As what the nature is games available ! Do anything to keep it and respect it.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 19, 2007
This butterfly because of its shape, is indeed a 'Sphinx'. The resemblance to the bark of a tree, and the ocellus blue which can be seen at the lower part of the wings would confirm the identification of the Fada Marseille - THANK you - : 'Sphinx demi-paon' (Smerinthus ocellata). A great connoisseur, I'd like milton notice Denlig ! thank you in advance. Bravo for this beautiful photo and congratulations.
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 19, 2007
This is the butterfly Sphinx demi-paon (Smerinthus ocellata), of the family of moths belonging to the Sphingidae. It has eyespots of blue on its hind wings, not visible on this photo. It is often found on Willow twigs, on the branches of apple trees. It is a butterfly that goes easily unnoticed because of its camouflage. Interesting Photo !
> Goldwing >Reply Jul 17, 2007
It is true that one would have to believe the wings of the bat (on the thumbnail) I would have worked a little bit the colors
> Guylaine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Jul 17, 2007
I was sure when I saw the picture in little that it was a bat. These wings are almost the same in all cases.
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