Butterflies from Elmley Below.
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What a great selection of butterflies and all from Elmley. Great photos there RR, thanks for sharing with us..
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A few more Butterflies from Elmley.
Six-Spot Burnet Moth
Shaded Broad Bar
Keep them coming RR, its really interesting to see the mixture of butterflies around our area..
Hope to keep them coming James.
You are right a great mixture of Butterflies.
Very nice set of photos. I particularly like the second skipper shot. I hope you don't mind, but there are a few incorrect IDs in the first post:
1) Meadow Brown
2) Meadow Brown
3) Small White
4) Small White
5) Small White
12) Green-veined White
13) Essex Skipper
14) Essex Skipper
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I did make four & five a Large White because of the two dots ?.
A few more.
Large Whites & Skippers
Wonderful shots of these tricky to photograph little blighters! :o)
I'm off to Blean Woods today where they have the rare Heath Fritillary so if I spot any I'll let you know. I think it may be a little late in the year for them now though but I'll keep my eyes out for them.
It is good to see Butterflies about.
Hope you had a nice day at Blean Woods. Look forward to seeing what's about.
Two more of interest below.
Cinnabar Moth Caterpillar.
Underside of a Red Admiral
great shots of some beautiful butterfly's - thanks for letting us see them.
Thank you from me too! Wonderful shots and I am learning a lot about butterflies.
bye for now
Thanks Chris & Tulip.