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Green Hairstreak

By IanA  
Not normally seen in the UK before May or June, this Green Hairstreak was taken today at Monkton Nature Reserve.

Hope you like it, and thanks for looking.

Ian

Tags: Wild Butterfly Green Hairstreak Callophrys Rubi Wildlife and nature

Voters: ron thomas, bricurtis, nikonf4s and 18 more


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ron thomas Plus
12 11 1 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2007 9:01PM
The tops!!

Ron

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GillyB Plus
11 317 8 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2007 9:02PM
Fantastic head on view with good detail and DoF!

gill
nikonf4s 10 6 United Kingdom
22 Apr 2007 9:04PM
Nice one ian!

Tony
mattberry 12 259 14 England
22 Apr 2007 9:07PM
Good angle and irredescence.

Matt
nicos 9 England
22 Apr 2007 9:23PM
Well spotted great macro sharp and detailed.
Nick
IanA 13 3.0k 12 England
22 Apr 2007 9:25PM
Thanks Folks, appreciated. Smile

Ian
22 Apr 2007 9:27PM
Think this is a great detailed image well taken
Glynnis
tomcat 11 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
23 Apr 2007 7:19AM
One hairstreak followed by another(In my favs anyway)
As I stated to Tony I'm still waiting to nail my first BF of the year...hardly any about our way at the moment

Adrian
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 169 England
23 Apr 2007 7:59AM
What a stunning shot, I love the dof, and the focus is on it's little face - perfect. We've got several different butterflies around here, but they seem very flighty and I can't get near them!!
angelamary 11 6 England
23 Apr 2007 12:10PM
What a gorgeous shot! Lovely details and angle. Very well caught!
amaryllis 13 120
24 Apr 2007 3:42PM
Wonderful close-up Ian. Glad to see you're still hard at it....!

phil
Newtman 10 2 5
26 Apr 2007 3:40PM
They are out very early this year! Great shot, I like the slightly unusual angle.
looboss 9 3.1k 7 United Kingdom
1 May 2007 3:39PM
Fantastic close up, very nice indeed!
Mavis Plus
14 143 2 England
2 May 2007 6:58AM
This really is superb work Ian . They are hardly bigger than your thumbnail and to get such a close , detailed macro is amazing . Last time I saw this variety was in the Spanish Pyranees 19 year's ago . !! Well done xxx

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