Can you spot the moth larvae on this Ageratum plant?

3 09 2010

I actually didn’t see them when I was photographing the plant this afternoon at Green Spring Gardens. Back in the studio, I zoomed in on the image in Photoshop and voila—there they were! I’ll give you a clue—you’re looking for two fairly visible ones and one tiny head of a third.

© Cindy Dyer. All rights reserved.



2 responses

5 09 2010

There are two, each on a separate bloom near top center, and a third on a bloom at 3 o’clock—that’s right side center.

Nice shot.

21 08 2012

Ageratum (Floss flower)
This plant has blue-mauve flowers with fluffy heads, and it grows about 18 inches high. The dwarf variety, which is about 6 inches high, is useful for edging.

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