Studio Sixty Six
Eubaphe mendica

Eubaphe mendica

Pigment ink photographic print on matte archival quality paper


1 - Unmounted - 10" x 15" / 25.4cm x 38.01cm image on 13" x 19" / 33.02cm x 48.26cm sheet - $200.00


2 - Medium - Print 44" x 32” / 111.76cm x 81.28cm, Framed 45" x 33” / 114.3cm x 83.82cm,  Print mounted on dibond in glassless 1" x 3” / 2.54cm x 7.62cm birch frame, $1,500.00


Artist's Insight:

Common name: The Beggar, Latin Species name: Eubaphe mendica

Collected in Lac Bonin, Quebec on July 3, 2006

The Beggar (Eubaphe mendica) is a small geometer moth. The wings are semi-transparent, with spots said to resemble the holes in a beggar's clothing.

The caterpillars feed on maples and violets, rather different and unrelated plants!

This moth has a wingspread of 23 mm.