Butterfly - Cydno Longwing

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  • Title:  Butterfly - Cydno Longwing
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  • Added:  May 17, 2015
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  • Filesize:  4MB
  • Pixels:  4767x3091
  • Description:  Longwing butterflies are able to ingest pollen by secreting enzymes onto their proboscides. When these enzymes mix with pollen grains, they create a protein-rich liquid that the butterfly can absorb. Longwings spend hours collecting and processing pollen grains and depositing them at other stops along the way. The plants pay them back, big time: the amino acids found in pollen are thought to increase egg production and lifespan up to eight months, making longwings one of the longest-living groups of butterflies in the world.
  • Owner:  Evelyn Harrison
  • Copyright:  Evelyn Harrison @ Wildlife Reference Photos
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  • Date Created: 2013-10-12 00:00:00
  • Author: Evelyn D. Harrison
  • Copyright Notice: 2013
  • Filename: DSC_0244_edited_2.jpg
  • File Date/Time: 1431878853
  • File Size: 4192285
  • File Type: 2
  • Mime Type: image/jpeg
  • Sections Found: ANY_TAG, IFD0, THUMBNAIL, EXIF, GPS, INTEROP
  • Make: NIKON CORPORATION
  • Model: NIKON D7000
  • Orientation: 1
  • XResolution: 3000000/10000
  • YResolution: 3000000/10000
  • Resolution Unit: 2
  • Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 12.0 Windows
  • Date/Time: 2015:05:17 08:47:00
  • YCbCr Positioning: 2
  • Exif IFD Pointer: 428
  • GPS IFD Pointer: 1068
  • Exposure Time: 10/1250
  • FNumber: 80/10
  • ISO Speed Ratings: 200
  • Exif Version: 0230
  • Date/Time Original: 2013:10:12 10:27:06
  • Date/Time Digitized: 2013:10:12 10:27:06
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  • Shutter Speed Value: 6965784/1000000
  • Aperture Value: 6/1
  • Metering Mode: 5
  • Flash: 24
  • Focal Length: 900/10
  • Flash Pix Version: 0100
  • Color Space: 1
  • Exif Image Width: 4767
  • Exif Image Length: 3091
  • Sensing Method: 2

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