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I can't get close-ups like you AJS; this is about the best I can do.


Silver-Washed Fritillary in the garden last week.


I've been surprised by the number of butterflies this year as I found almost none overwintering in the logs.  So perhaps the majority are immigrants?  Except for the massive recent hatch of Meadow Browns and Ringlets that is.


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40 minutes ago, nepia said:

My final contributions.


First three - butterfly, moth, butterfly - from around and above Chamonix recently.  The last one - White Admiral - from the garden three weeks ago.





You’re lucky to see those. I’ve seen 1 white admiral ever here. They are a concern on the conservation list. Nice to see different species. 

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