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Discussion in 'Macro, Flowers, Insects, and Greenery' started by Al D., Aug 19, 2008.
thanks for sharing
A little soft, but nice shot nonetheless. I only see the butterfly though....where's the moth?
for some strange reason, there are two postings. The other one has all of the images. I think that the black one is a moth, but I could be incorrect. If not, I stand corrected.
First one is a Polydamus Swallowtail, Usually found only in Florida and in the SW coast area of Texas. The second a Gulf Fritillary. Only butterflies have a "club" at the end of the antennae.
Thanks for the clarification and education.
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