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31 May 2011 7:15PM
Lovely colourful detailed capture.............Sandy

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31 May 2011 7:18PM
Superb detail and up to your normal standard, a top shot!


Len
TonyDy Plus
7 5 2 United Kingdom
31 May 2011 7:33PM
Brilliant shot, Pete.
Tony
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
31 May 2011 7:52PM
Stunning sharp detailed image..
saeid
Superb macro! Excellent detail.

Jane
wattley 6 11 United Kingdom
31 May 2011 8:28PM
Cracking macro
Lillian Plus
7 21 17 United Kingdom
31 May 2011 8:50PM
Beautifully captured and perfectly detailed shot
Lillian
31 May 2011 9:24PM
GREAT CONTRAST OF COLOURS, WELL DONE.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
31 May 2011 10:35PM
Exquisitely detailed shot, beautifully exposed and the colours spot on.
Ronnie.
EAS 7 1 13 Scotland
31 May 2011 11:18PM
How nice! I get to make this #30 and your RC! Superbly detailed and great focus on whichever variety of Skipper this turns out to be!!

Ann
CarolG Plus
9 195 18 Greece
1 Jun 2011 5:14AM
A belter, wonderful capture. Carol
tomcat 10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
1 Jun 2011 7:19AM
One for our resident experts methinks.
The wing colouration could point to the Essex, but I am at work, so haven't anything to refer to

Adrian
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
1 Jun 2011 11:46AM
Superb detail Pete, cracking shot,
Geoff.
1 Jun 2011 1:02PM
what detail you have captured with this pretty critter
Source 6
4 Jun 2011 6:29PM
Amazing detail and colour
-source
Glostopcat 10 255 2 England
4 Jun 2011 8:44PM
A cracking close up of what I think is a large skipper. Small skippers are usually on the wing in July and August, I reckon we may be a tad early for these. Essex Skippers have black tips to their antennae, this is what distinguishes them from the small skipper. If you want absolute confirmation I'd either pm a butterfly expert like epzer Mattberry or visit UK Butterflies website. You could post the image in their identification forum, the members on their are usually really helpful, Ed
4 Jun 2011 9:01PM

Quote:A cracking close up of what I think is a large skipper. Small skippers are usually on the wing in July and August, I reckon we may be a tad early for these. Essex Skippers have black tips to their antennae, this is what distinguishes them from the small skipper. If you want absolute confirmation I'd either pm a butterfly expert like epzer Mattberry or visit UK Butterflies website. You could post the image in their identification forum, the members on their are usually really helpful, Ed


Thanks for that Ed good work.
Pete.

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