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Brown Argos

By livinglevels  
Thank you for all your votes and feedback for yesterday's image.

I went up on Collard Hill yesterday afternoon, despite the poor weather forecast. Dodging between the showers, there was some butterfly activity as well as Bee and Wasp Orchids. This poor fellow was sheltering from the wind in long grass when I found him. I think this is a Brown Argos but the upper sides of the wings were not revealed (too cold), although there were no white marks on the tips of the antennae. It was much smaller than a Common Blue.

Tags: Butterfly Lepidoptera Somerset Close-up and macro Brown argus Aricia agestis Somerset levels Polden hills Wildlife and nature Imago Collard Hill

Voters: canonfan, NaturesHaven, KarenFB and 11 more


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Ade_Osman 13 4.5k 36 England
4 Jun 2012 12:20PM
I wouldn't argue with the ID Paul, it's a species I always get confused with......Flash has made the lighting seem a little harsh, but I can live with it.

Ade

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TonyDy Plus
8 5 2 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2012 1:54PM
Very good shot, Paul.
Tony

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