|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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|These are brush-footed butterflies found from the southern U.S. and Mexico to South America. They are commonly known as sisters, due to the white markings on their wings, which resemble a nun's habit. This genus is sometimes included with the admiral butterflies.|
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Amazing capture of a superb specie.....
- [2017-12-06 23:55]
Hi Pedro,a very lucky meeting with this rare beauty that i never seen before,magnificent species and lovely capture very sharp and bright,well done! Have a nice day and thanks,Luciano
Very beautiful species, Pedro.
Details and colours on the open wings are marvellous.
An amazingly lovely species. Lovely details with the patterns & the colors captured perfectly.
- [2018-01-07 5:38]
Fantastic macro of this butterfly in splendid colours and excellent sharpness. Good DOF.