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Ten Adonis Blues

By paddyman
Hello all,Not the best of backgrounds,but i just had to share this image with you all...
The Adonis blue butterfly along with the chalkhill blue,is the quintessential butterfly of the southern English chalklands.
It is still very localised as colonies recover from a calamitous 30-year decline,yet today it can be seen by the hundred
on certain warm downs from Dorset to Kent...
Thanks for looking and i hope you enjoy....Alec.

Tags: Butterflies General Sussex Close-up and macro Adonis blue Wildlife and nature South downs national park

Voters: Paree, Daisymaye, Shellio and 15 more


Comments


Paree 16 616 3
6 May 2011 10:52PM
wow how lovely
i love these little blue butterflies they come into my garden
always a delight

paree

p,s, are they having a party lol
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 20 Canada
6 May 2011 11:08PM
What a great capture of them. It sort of looks like they are sitting on a cow pie. They sure are abundant there.............Sandy
Shellio 10 2 United Kingdom
6 May 2011 11:29PM
Lovely striking colours and very well taken. Pity they couldn't find something more appealing to land on but hey ho each to their own Grin
Shell
JPatrickM 14 2 United Kingdom
7 May 2011 12:05AM
Amazing ! I struggle to capture one butterfly , of any variety, and here you are with 10 rare ones! They musr really like what they've landed on. Great shotlovely colours and detail.
Patrick
helenlinda Plus
14 374 22 United Kingdom
7 May 2011 12:44AM
A wonderful cluster of these colourful betterflies
Helen
CarolG 15 199 20 Greece
7 May 2011 6:31AM
How amazing to see so many congregating together, Alec, very well captured. Carol
sherring 14 46 13 United Kingdom
7 May 2011 9:42AM
Wow. Never seen that many in one place before. Well caught.

Steve.
11 May 2011 8:59AM
Amazing capture, you are definetely lucky!

Gabriel
bunbeam 16 2 United Kingdom
12 May 2011 5:20PM
I`ve never seen so many together, brilliant capture
bunSmile
mattberry 17 259 14 Greece
14 May 2011 11:32PM
Beauties and the Beast! Smile

Great shot, well done!
Matt

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