Dwarf Crow Euploea tulliolus koxinga

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Dwarf Crow (Euploea tulliolus koxinga)

Location: Maolin, Taiwan

4 Comments

  1. Fatima Osman

    Lovely! Which camera do you use for your photos?
    Also, how do you get so close to the butterflies without them flying away?

    1. Sylvia

      I have a Nikon D300, with a macro lens. Learning how to get close to butterflies takes a lot of practice and patience. And every species is different in the ways you approach them. Some you have to just chase, some you wait to see if they will come back to nectar. It just takes time observing and practicing to learn what works.

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