Stock photo: BUMBLE BEE MOTH A

BUMBLE BEE MOTH A

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»  BUMBLE BEE MOTH A
IT WAS STILL EATING AFTER ALL THE BUTTERFLIES HAD GONE TO BED.
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on Sep 2, 2005
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» Camera: Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
» Exp. time: 1/60 (0.017 secs)
» Aperture: f/5
» Focal length: 227 mm
» ISO speed: 400

Comments

5. May 30, 2006 malachite1
"Hehe! "A hummingbird with antennae" Nice shot!"

4. Mar 27, 2006 gastemp
"Scientific name Hawk moths, Macroglossum stellaratum, in Latin belong to the family Sphingidae. ) Good photos, hard to get ?"

3. Jan 26, 2006 uglycherub
"P.S.: forgot to say--Terrific Shots!"

2. Jan 26, 2006 uglycherub
"Hello PAPA-R... Actually--I think this lovely transparent-winged thing IS a butterfly. The key is in the antennae; butterfly antennae usually have a rounded, 'club'-like tip--as does this one. Also, there's a group of butterflies called 'Skippers' that have stout, moth-like bodies."

1. Sep 2, 2005 Ixtab78
"uhh..isnt this a hummingbird"

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