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Unidentified Moth or Butterfly

Observed: 15th July 2012 By: Pam Burrow
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - course complete
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Unidentified Moth or  Butterfly
Description:
Identifications
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Species with which Meadow Brown (Maniola jurtina) interacts

Comments

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uid butterfly

I'm not at all sure about moths and butterflies, so thanks for your id.
Pam

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Photographing Butterflies

No problem Pam a few more snaps and you'll be naming them in your sleep.

Your snaps are improving and its never easy getting pictures whilst they are the move find a spot where there is some Budleija and grab a seat or have a go at the Speckeld Wood these are found PM along sunny shaded woodland corridors and move to lower level when the PM sun is lower they patrol woodland corridors often settling up and down at the same spot (dont chase em its easier when you find the perching point :-)

Good Luck and have fun

HTH

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Thanks for your encouragement

Thanks for your encouragement and helpful comments. I'm not sure I'll ever be naming them in my sleep, but I am learning and that's all that matters at present!
Pam