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meadow brown162 views
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Common blue-polyommatus icarus155 views not the normal way these pretty butterflies are photographed but I quite like this.
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Small pearl bordered fritillary160 views
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Small pearl bordered fritillary160 views
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Northern Brown Argus154 views
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Northern Brown Argus152 views
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Small blue?200 viewsstill to id
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Orange tip155 views
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Orange tip152 viewsOrange tip butterfly-anthocharis cardamines. These I find to be one of the hardest butterflies to photograph, not due therm being rare as they are not but because they never seem to land for more than a few seconds and when they fly off again it is away out of sight.
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Green Hairstreak-callophrys rubi164 views This is a strange angle for a butterfly to sit but these green hair streak often seem to land in awkward looking positions, at least they do when I am trying to photograph them.
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Green Hairstreak160 views
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Green Hairstreak150 views
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Purple shot copper161 viewsTaken in France
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Purple shot copper138 views
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Dark green fritillary149 viewsThis one is about the first I have seen one with its wings closed, I find most butterfly hard to id with their wings closed but the fritillary's the opposite.
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Common Blue166 views
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Common Blue148 views
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Largse skipper-ochlodes ventatus151 views
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Small skipper- thymelicus sylvestris155 views
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Small skipper- thymelicus sylvestris148 views
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