|著作權：Pedro Montes (periko)
|Exposure：f/5.6, 1/250 seconds|
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|Photo Version：Original Version|
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|Blue-eyed sailor in English, Mariposa din獺mica in Spanish. Geyer 1837|
Wing spam: 4.1 to 4.8 cm.
Range:Colombia north through Central America to central Mexico. Periodic stray and occasional resident to north-central Texas.
Upperside of male is copper-green, female is black with white bands and patches. Underside of both sexes with two round, blue submarginal spots.
Eggs are laid singly on the leaves and stems of the host plant. Caterpillar eat leaves and rest underneath them.
Caterpillar hosts: Noseburn (Tragia neptifolia) and Dalechampia, both in the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae)
Adult food: Nectar from various composite flowers.
Source: Butterflies and moths of North America.
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- [2016-08-30 11:42]
Hi Pedro,i seen a lot of beautiful butterflies in your gallery,but this is one of the best,no doubts!!! Fantastic wings design with a bright metallic blue,what a elegance,absolutely lovely,and the quality of pic too is very very high,i like it!! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Ciao Pedro, great macro of fantastic butterfly, beautiful reflections, fine details, splendid sharpness and wonderful natural colors, very well done, my friend, bravo, ciao Silvio
Beautiful colored butterfly. Like those blue eyes on its wing. Well framed against dark BG. Don't know exactly where it's sitting on; floor or desk! It would have been more eye catching photograph if it sits on a leaf or flower.
Thanks for sharing,
- [2016-08-30 20:03]
Your Sailor is one beautiful fellow with gorgeous markings and a rainbow of color. A new species for me and as pretty a butterfly as I have ever seen. Great job of photographing it for us. I really like the straight on POV you chose.
Amazing colorful specie with such superb colors.....
Excellent capture with perfect focus and sharp details.
Pedro this is a beauty
good harpness and thecolours are beautiful
thanks gr lou