Parasa himalepida & Mocis undata
- wishnugaruda (19361)
- [2007-09-16 2:34]
you are lucky to have those wonderful moths at your home - special the green one is very interesting. A wonderful arrangement to show them together, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- joey (24909)
- [2007-09-16 3:28]
lovely shots of these two moths.
The left moth is very pretty with great colours, good sharpness and great POV.
The right moth is sharp, detailed, well composed with a good POV.
- LordPotty (12503)
- [2007-09-16 3:39]
A couple of very interesting moths here.
I especially like the colour and design of the green one.
Well presented with a very thorough note.
- uleko (10940)
- [2007-09-16 4:13]
Very fine presentation of your "house moths", both captures sharply in focus. Excellent sharp details and fine colours. The green one is sooo beautiful and the other one has a wonderful pattern! Very nice work!
TFS and regards, Ulla
- angybone (7684)
- [2007-09-16 5:20]
Very interesting - love seeing these two side by side - an educational photo. ;)
The identification of the moths is WRONG!!!!
The left one is Parasa sarma and it belongs to the family LIMACODIDAE! The catepillars of these moths look like a slug, the only representative species of this family in Europe is Apoda limacodes.
The right one is Family Noctuidae, Subfamily Catocalinae, I think it is Erygia apicalis Guen嶪.
I've collected this one in Thailand :)
- pankajbajpai (16627)
- [2007-09-16 7:33]
nice compliations of the moth pictures, the pov gives good idea about the insects, nicely composed shot,
tfs & regards
- manyee (23770)
- [2007-09-16 8:45]
Both of these moths came out very nice in terms of sharp details and well saturated colors. I like the green and brown one.... Really striking colors, especially well shown against the pinkish wall. But I also like the subtle design on the brown one. Beautiful palette of browns and interesting shape.
TFS. : )
- jaycee (25460)
- [2007-09-16 9:20]
What interesting looking moths!! The green one is so unusual looking and the brown one has lovely markings which show up even better in your workshop. Both are good shots with good colors and details. You are teaching me that a moth is not just a moth.
- Maite (5199)
- [2007-09-16 9:58]
What a pair of beautiful moths!! They've got such beautiful patterns and colors!
Both images are perfectly sharp and you made a marvellous composition.
I see you have posted a lot of wonderful pictures the time I've been out. I wish I had time to comment all them.
By now I give you a great thank you for them.
My best regards
- gracious (13068)
- [2007-09-16 11:06]
Good composition of two in good sharpness, vivid colour and details
well composed and thanks for the notes
- Argus (50624)
- [2007-09-16 12:55]
We have two fine moth shots for the price of one! Both are of excellent standard and could well feature as a separate posting, but at the same time the make an attractive duo and it is nice to compare the two moth familiea that these belong to.
TFS and best wishes, Ivan
- jmirah (4687)
- [2007-09-17 1:17]
Excellent potrayal of the two moths. Very colorful and with fine detail. Well done. Thanks for sharing.
Two perfectly sharp photos of beautiful moths I like it very much
As for the identification The first one is not Hepialidae. As for me it lokks like Cossidae or Notodontidae. The second one is family Noctuidae
- nglen (36145)
- [2007-09-17 9:59]
Hi Haraprasan. Such colourful looking moth lucky you to have them so near by. you have captured them with fine detail and colour.well done TFS. very good notes to with them.
- arfer (0)
- [2007-09-17 11:44]
These are two beautiful moths.The colours are vivid and well saturated.Very good use of lighting.The Details and sharpness are very good.TFS
- jignasi (27917)
- [2007-09-18 12:56]
Preciosas las dos tomas aunque a mi me encanta Erygia por esas tonalidades y buen control de la luz de la parte superior y su excelente enfoque a pesar de su peque隳 tama隳. Un abrazo y gracias como siempre por tus comentarios: