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Melese intensa Dapa, Valle Del Cauca 2100m<br />
Melese sp? Melese intensa Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

Melese intensa

Dapa, Valle Del Cauca 2100m
Melese sp?

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  1. Gorgeous! Definitely think it's Melese sp. Posted 9 days ago
    1. Looks like Melese intensa. Posted 9 days ago
      1. Agreed, good job. Posted 9 days ago
        1. Just realized I already posted this species. Posted 9 days ago
          1. Understandable, you posted such a beautiful set already. It's generally encouraged to post multiple photos of the same species, so no worries. Posted 8 days ago
            1. Thank you Ferdy that's good to know. Posted 8 days ago
              1. Yes, and I encourage anyone to click on that species block more often, as an example:
                https://www.jungledragon.com/specie/1089/photos

                By having multiple photos of this singular species, we get useful visual perspectives, differences between sexes, different behaviors (resting, feeding, mating), and it helps in future identifications. So that is why multiple photos of the same species is so valuable.

                That said, the moth situation is a bit peculiar, as you may often find it in the exact same position, multiple photos possibly looking like near-duplicates. For as long as we're not sharing hundreds of almost-same shots, I still encourage it.

                Hope this makes sense.
                Posted 8 days ago

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''Melese intensa'' is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Walter Rothschild in 1910. It is found in Colombia.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Ferdy Christant
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Uploaded Sep 13, 2020. Captured Sep 12, 2020 21:55.
  • ILCE-6000
  • f/14.0
  • 1/400s
  • ISO1000
  • 50mm