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2009-10-07 12:53:21
Thanks Connie, IŽll check it out ;)
2009-10-07 10:39:20
The branch is different, but it sure looks like a Siwanowicz photo. Go to his site jujuba - you'll enjoy looking at his macros...I think they are the best on the Net.
2009-10-07 04:41:39
I found this one just like that, no info on the photographer Connie :( But judging by the style of the one Poppy posted, yeah it should be the same one.
2009-10-07 04:09:14
You're right - yours is a bit different. I wonder if this one is also a Siwanowicz. If this one is not his photo, some photographer out there is being a copy cat.
2009-10-07 01:42:18
Thanks on the info Poppy :)
2009-10-06 22:53:43
No, I have not posted this pic. The Siwanowicz pic is different. See
2009-10-06 16:39:57
After further sleuting I find that it's Poppy who posted it, not moi. They are Io moths, by Igor Siwanowicz. I posted quite a few of his photos, so I think I posted them all ;-) He does the best macro photography...I think.
2009-10-06 16:15:23
Didn't I post this one already? ;-)
2009-10-06 15:22:49
Io moth (Automeris io) is a North American moth in the Saturniidae family. It ranges from the southeast corner of Manitoba and in the southern extremes of Ontario, Quebec, and New Brunswick in Canada, and in the US it is found from North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Utah, east of those states and down to the southern end of Florida. (Wiki) Lovely pic, Jujuba!
2009-10-06 14:51:34
thanks :)
2009-10-06 14:43:34
Wow, this is absolutely fantastic!