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Things I saw today - a peacock butterfly

Twiglet says:

Fabulous shots Euphro.

23rd Jul 2006, 20:15

Euphro says:

Thank you both very much :D

23rd Jul 2006, 20:17

Caine says:

Great shots! Beautiful colours.

23rd Jul 2006, 20:24

Euphro says:

The amazing thing for me is the mimicry. Its wing patterning looks just like the eyes of a wildcat (to deter birds), even including marks like reflections off an eye, which implies that cats have been the main predators of birds for a long time, long enough to have influenced the patterns of butterfly wings :)

23rd Jul 2006, 20:37

Puddikat says:

They're beautiful pictures

23rd Jul 2006, 21:49

Euphro says:

Thank you all :D

Mandy, that's a bit spooky =:o

23rd Jul 2006, 23:19

Shoes says:

Fantastic macro mate.

23rd Jul 2006, 23:22

Euphro says:

Thank you :D

23rd Jul 2006, 23:23

Viv says:

Gorgeous and it posed for you!

23rd Jul 2006, 23:50

Viv says:

That teasel seems popular - will have to grow some

23rd Jul 2006, 23:50

Uber_Spy says:

WOAH!! Incredible - well done!

25th Jul 2006, 22:21

taniwha says:

so beautiful

25th Jul 2006, 22:25

Euphro says:

It did pose, but not for very long (that's a sequence at three frames per second). Thanks very much for all the lovely comments :D

26th Jul 2006, 11:40

mrs euphro says:

these are lovely pet :) E says thank you for the lovely pictures.

29th Jul 2006, 13:10

Euphro says:

She is very welcome :)

31st Jul 2006, 10:00

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