Friday, July 23, 2004

Mega-blog from Barnack

Mike and I seemed to hit the Hills and Holes a on a perfect day today. Perhaps the wind could have been a bit calmer to make the photography a bit easier but there were few complaints as butterflies were abundant, particularly the Marbled Whites and Six-spot Burnets.

In addition to those pictured below we saw Small and Essex Skippers, Small Tortoiseshell, Red Admiral, Speckled Wood, Common Blue, Large White, Small Copper Meadow Brown, Gatekeeper, Small Heath, Shaded Broad-bar and a Brown Hawker.

Male Chalkhill Blue (Lysandra coridon)

Female Chalkhill Blue (Lysandra coridon)

Marbled White (Melanargia galathea)

Six-Spot Burnet (Zygaena filipendulae)

Speckled Wood (Pararge aegeria)

Campanula glomerata

Nikon CP995

1 comment:

Ade said...

Some nice butterfly photos from Barnack H&H,im a regular visitor with my camera, realy looking forward to the chalkhill blues and marbled whites emerging this month