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Thanks for all the votes yesterday
This image is from a sequence taken of mating Large Blue (Maculinea arion) butterflies, perched on the larval food plant, Wild Thyme (Thymus polytrichus).
Even in June last year the weather was not wonderful but on the breeding site at Collard Hill, a few reasonable days gave a good breading season for these rare butterflies.
Never seen one of these, a beautiful butterfly.
Won't be long now and I've no doubt my annual trip down to Collard Hill will be being planned, that's assumomh they've managed to survive this awful long winter we've had.....
A cracking close up of this copulating couple, I'm hoping to see these for the first time this year
Fabulous capture !
First class Image!!
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