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    Tree creeper.

    A white throated tree creeper,first time I have seen one in my yard other than in the bush around here..
    Plus a cabbage moth,i didnt have the macro on just an ordinary old lens.





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    I like seeing your photos too. Thanks for posting them.

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    You're good with a camera right enough

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    Great photo's but thats a butterfly John. Large white/cabbage white.

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    one of my favourite little birds , thanks for sharing

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    nice photos john keep em coming

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    Correct you are Cougar,but colloquially known in Oz as a Phuuuckin cabbage moth haha true!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cougar View Post
    Well that makes no bloody sense!
    True there matey,but ever since as a kid they have been called 'moths' presumably as being a pain in the vegetable garden with their caterpillars eating the cabbage leaves. Anything that does that couldn't be called a beautiful butterfly haha hence a moth is bad and a b/fly is good?

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    Its the same over here but to me they are still a beautiful native butterfly not a pest.

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