MONOMAD || PHOTOGRAPHY OF SMALL BUTTERFLY

This is my post entry this time for the challenge on #monomad curated by @monochromes.


Good evening everyone, so on this occasion tonight I want to share a picture of a spider whose scientific name is Amata huebneri.

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Amata huebneri is a moth that comes from the kingdom animalia and also belongs to the class insecta. Amata huebneri is a type of moth that has many names including wasp moth, little butterfly and tiger moth. Even though they have many names, they are actually one, based on the many common plantings of these moths, namely because it is possible for people to easily recognize them and the naming also comes from their characteristics and characteristics. These moths are very easy to find in my area but most of them are very afraid of human movement. In my area, these moths are often found in rice fields, especially in grasslands because they often come to the grass of high and low fields.

Basically these moths have very sharp instincts they can see the slightest human movement. However, this moth also has another drawback, namely that this moth cannot fly too far and high. The moth's body has orange and black colors, the original color of its body is orange, while the black color only adorns its body with stripes.

On the wings, the moth is black and transparent. In a pair of wings there are round white or transparent clear, this can make the moth even more perfect. Here are some pictures of the moth.

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On the moth's head there is a pair of black antennae and the tip of the antennae has white as well. The function of the antenna is as a means of providing same-sex information and also as a means of detecting threats from the dangers of predators.

All right, friends, this is all I can say on this occasion, hopefully it will be useful, thank you and see you next time.


User Tool Information

CameraRealme 5 pro
EquipmentMacro Lens
Objectslittle butterfly
EditLightroom
LocationIndonesia-Aceh
Photographer@flamego


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Do you know the legal name of @themarkymark ???? It is needed to contact his local police station. Any information to his whereabouts would be much appreciated.

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Thanks a lot for sharing! Learned a lot about the moth. Now see those pictures I WOULD NEVER have believed that it was taken with a phone! Nicely done! The shots looked like you took them with an expensive f1.4 macro lens or something, amazing how far mobile cameras have come!

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