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The life cycle of tiny spiderling plume moths: eggs, larvae, pupa, adults...

Welcome to the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography Newsletter August 2017 edition.

The last week of July found me on most mornings observing the many spiderling plume moths that were flying around and perching on a patch of red spiderling plants in our yard. It was a fitting coincidence that this was also National Moth Week.
View online purchase options for Spiderling Plume Moth on Wineflower by Paul Rebmann A Spiderling Plume Moth on flowers of Red Spiderling, which is also called Wineflower.

These observations afforded me the opportunity to photograph various stages of these moths' life cycle.
Life Cycle of Spiderling Plume Moth

Wineflowers (red spiderling) are closely related to the popular landscape plant Bougainvillea, which is also called paperflower.

To read more about spiderling plume moths and see more photographs of each life stage, visit the Life Cycle of the Spiderling Plume Moth at the Paul Rebmann Nature Photography blog

Paul Rebmann Nature Photography will once again be available at the Backyard Biodiversity Day in Winter Park, Florida on Saturday October 14, 2017. For details visit the Wild Florida Photo events page.

Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 11" x 14" stretched canvas print of Bougainvillea for the promotional price of only $45. Sale ends at 5 pm Mon. Sept 4 (Labor Day) - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
Click the image to purchase at this special price.

Limited Time Sale!
You can purchase an 8" x 10" stretched canvas print of Bougainvillea Close-up for the promotional price of only $40. Sale ends at 5 pm Mon. Sept 4 (Labor Day) - only 10 prints are available in this special offer that is less than half the regular price.
Click the image to purchase at this special price.

Bougainvillea Close-up looks great as a hand towel. Click image to purchase.
Hand towels are 15"x30" in size. Images are also available printed on 32"x64" bath towels and 37"x74" bath sheets.

The current Wild Florida Photo featured photo is Southeastern Sneezeweed.
The previous featured photo at Wild Florida Photo was Life Cycle of the Spiderling Plume Moth.
Note that there was no July newsletter. Lazy summer.
Be watching for something different in September, the great 2017 Total Solar Eclipse!

Thank you, and I hope that you enjoy my photography.
Paul Rebmann
Wild Florida Photo
paul-rebmann.pixels.com
Twitter @WildFlPhoto

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