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Pearl bordered Fritillary on Bugle flower

By neil john
This butterfly appears to be abundant this year due to the warm and early Spring. The butterfly appears to love the nectar of the bugle. The image was shot in natural light with the help of the Nikon DR6 for low level work. The lens was the magical Micronikkor 200mm f4 AFED The image was taken in the Wyre forest (Shropshire)-a haven for wildlife.

May 2011

Tags: Wildlife and nature Pearl bordered Fritillary butterfly bugle lepidoptera

Voters: Paulgc, Snapitt, craig33 and 8 more


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Paulgc 5 4 1 England
2 Jun 2011 4:35PM
superb, kudos to you.

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craig33 5 22 United Kingdom
2 Jun 2011 5:18PM
great macro
PhilT2 Plus
6 363 25 England
3 Jun 2011 8:43AM
Brilliant macro. Don't often see butterflies this close

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