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Yellow-Spotted Greylet Moth caterpillar

Photography Insects posted on Sep 06, 2007
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Nikon 7900 image. I recently came upon a couple of very small caterpillars I have not seen before. Todays posting is the first of these. I realize this caterpillar (which is only a few mm in length) has red spots but it gets its' name from the yellow spots on the wings of the Adult moth. Thanks to those who take the time to comment. Lee

Comments (17)


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GiMi53

12:22AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

The microworld on your finger... Excellent ! I'm surprized because I know that for macros I have to hold my camera with two hands... Take care my friend ! expres_002.gif

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nongo

12:33AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Superb macro!!!!!!!

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mbz2662

12:43AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

That is a tiny, tiny guy! He looks kind of glowy, like he should be under a black-light! Great macro!

MrsLubner

1:06AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

The more you post the more I realize I am not a bug person. Not that I don't like them...I love bugs and your macros really give me a great view of them, but I am not a bug person because I never see them. I could be staring at one and not see it. I'd never see anything this small. And I like the pov so I can see those spots, the tiny legs and the little hairs on its little buggy body. LOL

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amlondono

1:34AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

The Macro is superb ! - i got my first macro lens a month ago . I try very hard to learn & get good shots. the more i learn , The more i know how far i am from getting a capture like yours . Congratulations!

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Jaykayyorks

2:31AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

That is a stunning macro, fabulous focus and clarity..well done

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muse27

3:05AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Wonderful image! He looks like a tiny glow worm caterpiller. lol

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lizzibell

4:09AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Nice capture....

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wonderworld

4:16AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Wonderful again. I love your macros and hope the FBI is not looking for you as you give such sweet shots of your thumb and fingerprints! Excellent.

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JeffG7BRJ

9:19AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Another excellent capture Lee, this little critter sure looks to be lit from within. Like PJ I would not have noticed this but I think I have started to take more interest, due in the main to yourself and not forgetting your little critters. Bravo!!!!!

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kuerbote

9:54AM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Awesome macro! Congratulations.

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TwoPynts

2:12PM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Yowza that is a small one. It seems that your fingers tips are becoming the standard platform for your wonderful insect macros. ;']

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ascript

3:31PM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Excellent shot! ;)

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bpclarke

5:48PM | Thu, 06 September 2007

What a tiny little creature! And beautiful too! Excellent macro detail and colors. Bunny

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mamabobbijo

7:17PM | Thu, 06 September 2007

Amazing shot! It's easy to see he's quite small. Funny, none of my fingertip shot ever had this much clarity!

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tizjezzme

10:38AM | Sun, 09 September 2007

Wow Lee .. Impressive. I've never seen one of these before either; you really ARE finding the caterpillars over there aren't you! Great eye and macro work.

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LadyRembrandt

8:56PM | Sun, 09 September 2007

It almost look neon. kGreat shot


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