Thursday, 11 February 2016

Fins...

can only get...

..better!

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Loire Valley Nature: A photo of the spring form of the Map butterfly Araschinia levana has been added to the entry for that species. You would think it is two different species to look at the spring and summer morphs.
A photo has been added to the entry for Marbled Fritillary Brenthis daphne, such a pretty butterfly.
A photo has been added to the entry for Marbled White Melanargia galathea, a gregarious butterfly.
A photo has been added to the entry for Pearly Heath Coenonympha arcania, a butterfly of the dry limestone slopes.
A new entry has been created for Purple Emperor Apatura iris, a rare and fascinating butterfly.
A photo has been added to the entry for Queen of Spain butterfly Issoria lathonia, a large and elegant fritillary.

5 comments:

Sheila said...

All wonderful photos. Especially liked the ones of the Marbled White on the
scabious. Such perfect markings.

Susan said...

Thank you. The Marbled White is rather smart looking, isn't he?

Le Pré de la Forge said...

I want car number two....
car one is too ordinary!!

Susan said...

Car #2 is definitely not ordinary, that's true. Single wheels centre front and rear, as well as more normally positioned rear wheels.

Le Pré de la Forge said...

I've seen other pictures of it...
it is rather like a luxury motorbike with stabilizers!!

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