Monomad : Moth - Lambdina fiscellaria

in Black And White3 months ago

This is my entry for the daily #monomad challenge

Moths are insects that are closely related to butterflies. Both belong to the Order Lepidoptera. There are several types of moths that we can easily find in grass or rice fields.

In addition, moths are also part of plant pests. However, some species of moths are really cool because they have a more unique variety of shapes than butterflies.

And today I want to share a photo of one of the moth species that is no less interesting. Is Lambdina fiscellaria, a moth from the family Geometridae. And here are some photos:

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CameraVivo V2040 + Macro Lens
CategoryBlack & White Photography
ProcessedLightroom
LocationTanah Luas, Indonesia
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The macro shooting technique is very good, I can feel the beauty of the little animal.

Thank you..

I love how moths look like little aliens. They are beautiful in their own right and far more interesting than butterflies. These are some great photos!

Thank you so much @bertrayo

You're welcome 😁