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A matter of size Showing the vast difference in size between 3 species of butterfly. The scene is not staged, all 3 are alive and it&#039;s a mere coincidence that they appear in the same frame. Or not, it&#039;s probably because this was a nice hot place with minerals for them to feed on.<br />
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The biggest species (top right) is the Spot-banded Daggerwing:<br />
<a href="https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57184/spot-banded_daggerwing_tatama_national_park_colombia.html" rel="nofollow">https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57184/spot-banded_daggerwing_tatama_national_park_colombia.html</a><br />
Below it is the Orange-spot Duke:<br />
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<a href="https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57185/orange-spot_duke_tatama_national_park_colombia.html" rel="nofollow">https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57185/orange-spot_duke_tatama_national_park_colombia.html</a><br />
The third and smallest species I do not know, as it is unsharp. Cerro Montezuma,Choco,Chocó,Colombia,Colombia Choco & Pacific region,Montezuma,South America,Tatama National Park,Tatamá National Park,World Click/tap to enlarge Promoted

A matter of size

Showing the vast difference in size between 3 species of butterfly. The scene is not staged, all 3 are alive and it's a mere coincidence that they appear in the same frame. Or not, it's probably because this was a nice hot place with minerals for them to feed on.

The biggest species (top right) is the Spot-banded Daggerwing:
https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57184/spot-banded_daggerwing_tatama_national_park_colombia.html
Below it is the Orange-spot Duke:

https://www.jungledragon.com/image/57185/orange-spot_duke_tatama_national_park_colombia.html
The third and smallest species I do not know, as it is unsharp.

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  1. Very cool! Posted 10 days ago

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Uploaded Feb 9, 2018. Captured Oct 19, 2017 09:52.
  • NIKON D810
  • f/7.1
  • 1/500s
  • ISO720
  • 105mm