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nEwb

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a dull moth. :think:



showing it's tru colors :bigeyes:






*anyone noes the i.d. of this moth?
 

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erm.. ID i dun have, but it's not a moth i think.
moths have triangular wings pointing backwards.
 

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Thats not a moth, its a butterfly. Moths (typically) have feathered antennae, this one does not. I'd hazard a guess, I think its a Striped Blue Crow (Euploea mulciber mulciber), probably a male.
 

nEwb

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wooo... thx for the effort to id this buttermoth. :D

well. i'm convinced this is a butterfly. thx garion. cos a prof told me this is a moth
 

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why no one comment on pics. =P go learn from garion lol. i think some tilted angles/side-views ones would look nicer. ^^

*is it me or the pic quality abit grainy?
 

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a prof?! omg.. wat kind of ppl are teaching our students nowadays...
 

nEwb

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eh... original pic not grainy. dunno why posted liaoZ. becomes liddat :dunno:
 

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Clown said:
a prof?! omg.. wat kind of ppl are teaching our students nowadays...
hehe.. the UNQUALIFIED ones.. :bsmilie: just kidding.. before the prof reads this and murders me...

anyway, nice tries! :)

keep shooting and improving your shots!
 

nEwb

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yea, i'll shoot more. thx for the encouragements. :D
 

ReSpawN

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nEwb said:
wooo... thx for the effort to id this buttermoth. :D

well. i'm convinced this is a butterfly. thx garion. cos a prof told me this is a moth
Well i think the Prof is right...! Cos the simplest way to tell a moth from a butterfly is : a Moth opens up their wings while a Butterfly close their wings when in Rest. Some Moths may look like butterfly even without the feathered antennae. :)

Check this link : http://www.uksafari.com/mothorbfly.htm
 

nEwb

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wooo.. i'm enlightened :bsmilie:
thx for the link, respawn
 

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