Posted in Butterflies & Moths

Moth: unidentified

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on a window pane

 

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you can see right through it

 

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the underside

 

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I popped it outside on an old mint blossom

 

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hard to believe it is the same moth

 

Taken with the Nikon D3000, yesterday. Thanks for looking.

Do have a great weekend!   🙂

Author:

I started blogging in an effort to keep the old brain cells alive. I'm writing a fantasy series, I take more MOOCs than I can handle, and am trying to get my Nikon D3000 off auto. I live in Victoria, Australia, with my husband and our dog, Vika.

4 thoughts on “Moth: unidentified

  1. Maybe you could contact the Lapidopterist Society. Very unusual little chap. You would swear you were looking at two different moths. Must have something to do with light refraction as the last one doesn’t appear to be transparent at all, and what happened to the red.

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      1. That was me, don’t know why I drop out every now and then.
        I had quick look at pictures on quite a few sites and couldn’t find a moth to match

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