Butterflies and Dragonflies

A few from the archives; can’t wait to see them all again this summer. From the top: butterflies – large white, marbled white, mating marsh fritillaries, peacock, chalk hill blue, and a unique sighting – the scarce yellow-legged tortoiseshell; dragonflies – female broad-bodied chaser, male banded demoiselle.large-whitemarbled-white1marsh-fritillaries-matingpeacockchalkhill-blue1jac6931female-broad-bodied-chaserbanded-demoiselle1

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2 Comments on “Butterflies and Dragonflies

  1. Your post labelled ‘Test’ came up as a ‘404 Not Found’ …

  2. One word: WOW~!
    And envious of course—all we get where we are are cabbage whites and (very rarely) some coloured speckly thing. Sad …

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