Moths: Cinnabar Moth

in photography •  2 years ago  (edited)

This is the cinnabar moth (Tyria jacobaeae), sint-jacobsvlinder in Dutch.

I took this photo with the sun behind the moth, so it is a see-through photo for a change:

Olympus XZ-1, 112mm, ISO200, f5.6, 1/125s

As I have the flu and a high fever, I would like to add "wow, the colours!" and also that from a distance this one looks a lot like the six-spot burnet, but it isn't, because if it were, they would have the same name, I think. Yes.

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I hope the flu has left you by now. Belated congratulations on making a post in such a state. The colors are worth a WOW. That is one pretty moth!