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Author 'Pierredeschamps' A voir (Id 31459 ) : Beautiful Butterfly (which I don't know the exact scientific name...), in the tropical greenhouse of valves. Specimen of approximately 20 cm wide! Canon A410 in any car. Thanks for all feedback very cool. Thanks also for the identification.

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> Nuage >Reply Sep 16, 2010
Perfection of nature and also that of the photographer I love: thank you for these images that make you dream again bravo!
> Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jul 14, 2010
Magnificent greenhouse visit without hesitation. I've been here three or four years, and my husband and I think to return this summer. Very nice picture of this great and beautiful butterfly: 6:. Thank you Peter.
> FamilylegrosAorange.fr >Reply Jun 25, 2010
Moths are fascinating, we really want to see them closer ... Thank you.
> Fati >Reply Mar 11, 2010
Really beautiful! I was looking for a nice photo of this butterfly. Thank you.
> Romeo78 >Reply Feb 12, 2010
I wanted a butterfly in its natural environment with lots of nature around.
> Domy [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Jan 06, 2010
Hello, beautiful photo, the magic of butterflies, there he is the Bombyx attacus atlas giant native of India. Order: Lepidoptera, in order: Ditrysia, Super Family: Bombycoidea, family saturdiidaé, Genre: attacus. We have about The photo shows a male because the female antennae finer and the surface of its larger wings and head of the cobra less pronounced, is one of the largest moths in the world, It measures between 20 and 30 cm. It does not feed as its mouth parts are atrophied, he did so only to breed. Males live about 4 days and females 7 to 8 days. Hope its annotations will be useful to you, thank you again for This beautiful photograph.
> Kiki >Reply Mar 16, 2009
: 3: Amatrice photos, strongly as I can take so wonderful! : 1:: 6:
> Colibri lilas >Reply Oct 29, 2008
Really a very beautiful picture: we can see the colors on the wings.
> Eric95c >Reply Aug 05, 2008
Very beautiful photo and very nice butterfly by the way.
However, I've already seen it with friends a kind of butterfly with large antennae, which made me strangely reminiscent of a fairy, really beautiful, I do not know, unfortunately, not what species it is.
> Valie >Reply Jul 30, 2008
I don't always have the time to go on this site. This is my 2° message, your photos are too TOP, super, super, super.
> Pinotte >Reply Jul 28, 2008
I love the butterfly I would like to be able to make a collection a day because I find them fascinating.
> Annie.oh >Reply May 18, 2008
I think it would have been desirable to show on its host-plant ...
> Manon.lejeuneAhotmail.fr >Reply May 03, 2008
I believe that this butterfly is an atlas, are scientific name is Attacus atlas. Your butterfly is very beautiful !
> Mme papillon >Reply Mar 05, 2008
I love butterflies, I find it particularly beautiful...
> Piko74 >Reply Feb 18, 2008
Beautiful photo. Bravo and thank you.
It is a pity that we do not have the same in our gardens.
> Domi [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 25, 2007
I had missed this one, it is beautiful, it sees that it has a nice size and its color is very beautiful.
> Kilulu >Reply Oct 05, 2007
Wonder of wonders, thank you for sharing with the viewers the true beauty of life. The butterfly is a majestic, stunning and the photographer, perfect !!!
> J.Desval >Reply Aug 31, 2007
I already knew the attacus atlas, because in my family there has been a collector of butterflies and insects. But this one has really bright colors, and the precision of the photo is not common. Thank you for this moment of beauty.
> Tout >Reply May 19, 2007
It is beautiful and impressive with its grandeur I thank you for giving us this background : thank you very much.
> Bibianeb >Reply Apr 11, 2007
Thank you, what a great photo, the colors are rich and vibrant, I love it, and I had never seen that kind of butterfly.
> Nicolas >Reply Apr 02, 2007
Very nice photo. Congratulations to the one who made it. It makes you want to touch it !
> Nicole.barberon [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Mar 30, 2007
Beautiful photo of this butterfly in beautiful colors. Thank you for this splendid image.
> Evalias >Reply Mar 29, 2007
Splendid, it's a wonder this butterfly ! Thanks for showing us this fine specimen
> Goldwing >Reply Mar 29, 2007
it looks like it is velvet !!! Fortunately, there was the Fada and Panda to not remain ignorant.
> Rotine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
Beautiful this butterfly, I have never seen such things here, it's a pity it lives so little, you have been able to take it almost for us to enjoy. Thank you.
> Daniel.chastel [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
Very beautiful butterfly in the night (the fada has been identified, it is well) : you could put a little bit of a contrast for him to wake up his colors.
> Romaric [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
Superb shot !!! Of this pretty butterfly, with an environment quite suitable. BRAVO TO YOU.
> Le fan belfortain [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
This butterfly is magnificent and the grounds and lescouleurs brown (lighter when it comes to the females, which seems to be the case), but especially by its shape. It is a large butterfly of the night living no more than a week without feeding, mainly breeding ! It is a mite which carries the name of butterfly cobra (Attacus atlas) The end of their wings look like snake heads to scare away predators. The photo is very beautiful and is well worth : bravo and thank you.
Reply of the Moderator: Congratulations and thank you Fada de Marseille have also been identified.
> Le Fada de Marseille [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
The Attacus Atlas, a native of South-East Asia is one of the largest butterflies existing in the world, with a wingspan that ranges between sixteen and thirty centimeters. His wings are brown. It is a lepidopteran belonging to the family Saturniidae. He lives mostly at night. It does not feed and lives exclusively on the reserves accumulated during his life of caterpillar.
> Sanka [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
I was also in the tropical greenhouse at the valves this is wonderful, I'm even emerged with a butterfly in the back Your photo is beautiful, I hope that someone will give you the names.
> Macropixels [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Mar 29, 2007
Very beautiful butterfly exotic ! It's going to seem strange, but it is a butterfly of the night The photo pleases me well, the butterfly is a bit centered but the decor glue and the colors are nice.
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