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Moth Photograph - Maple Spanworm Moth by Doris Potter

Maple Spanworm Moth is a photograph by Doris Potter which was uploaded on October 22nd, 2013.

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Stunning work! L/V

Doris Potter replied:

Thanks for such a nice comment Renee and for the L/V.

handsome !

Doris Potter replied:

Thanks Kathy!

Beautiful capture Doris (v)

Doris Potter replied:

Thanks so much Meg! :-)

F/V You've captured another beauty, Doris! I'm so tickled you're into moths:>)

Doris Potter replied:

Thanks Mother Nature. I have captured quite a few more so stay tuned ... :-)

This is lovely Doris! You have blurred the lines between being a wonderful photographer and a knowledgeable Entomologist!!! :)

Doris Potter replied:

Oh my Fraida - what a lovely comment. It's really just that I have very good moth and insect field guides (Peterson). You are so kind! :-)

Wow great camouflage ! v

Doris Potter replied:

Thanks Mitch - it rather looks like a leaf doesn't it?

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