Amazon - Black & Orange Moth

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Amazon - Black & Orange Moth

Post by crotermund »

I don't know if it is her long legs or what, but I found her stance interesting.

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Post by cactuspic »

Great texture and detail


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Post by nephiliim »

the adaptations / mutations I see in the shots you two post from the amazon just keep on amazing me. =D> Love the angle of the shot;aswel as the strange stance of the front legs.

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Post by beetleman »

:-k hummm, thinking maybe the wide stance could help for support in heavy rains and it does rain down there :shock: great photo and a wonderful little creature Irwin. I love all the jungle pictures. :wink:
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Post by MacroLuv »

Very elegant moth there, Craig. :D
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