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Cauchas rufimitrella - Flash or not ... Side by side of the same scene:<br />
left: flashed<br />
center: natural light<br />
right: flashed under an ever so slightly different angle Adelidae,Cauchas,Cauchas rufimitrella,Jane's garden,Moth,nl: Pinksterbloemlangsprietmot Click/tap to enlarge

Cauchas rufimitrella - Flash or not ...

Side by side of the same scene:
left: flashed
center: natural light
right: flashed under an ever so slightly different angle

    comments (2)

  1. Woah! Big difference! Posted one month ago
    1. Yup - in this case the flash really makes it 'shine' ;o) Posted one month ago

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''Cauchas rufimitrella'' is a diurnal lepidopteran from the family Adelidae, the fairy long horn moths. It is found in almost all of Europe, except Portugal, Ukraine and the southern part of the Balkan Peninsula.

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Pudding4brains
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By Pudding4brains

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Uploaded May 11, 2021.