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Crypsis Challenge #15 : Nature Closeups

Crypsis Challenge #15

October 23rd, 2011 - 9:33 AM | Filed under Crypsis Challenges | 6 Comments

July 5, 2011 | Victorio Siqueroli Park, Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Can you spot the critter hidden on the side of this tree? This is a natural light photo and under the forest canopy it really was dark as shown here.

6 Responses to “Crypsis Challenge #15”

  1. Comment1 says:

    Moth!

    I bet someone’s gonna go into families and all sorts but that won’t be me!

  2. Patrick Coin says:

    I see the moth (or is it a cracker butterfly?). Is there something else. At any rate, that’s a beauty, with the eyespots and crypsis. (I’ve always wondered if the two aren’t at odds, in terms of predator avoidance.)

  3. Zi-Wei Yin says:

    This is an easy one~ a moth headed downward at the upper left of the pic.

    I wonder what does it look like when the wings are open ?

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