Most probably Thymelicus acteon (Rottemburg, 1775).
Choreutis nemorana (Hübner, 1799).
Wel...I think it is Gonepterix cleopatra, because of the yellow orange color on the wings.
The Gonepterix rhamni is green
It is a Macroglossum stellatarum (Linnaeus,
Its a moth that belongs to the Sphingidae Macroglossinae Macroglossini Macroglossina family.
A shy butterfly indeed!
It likes that kind of places where it could be well camouflage.
Very good job Josep!
Great capture Peter!
I taked some pictures this year of this species too but not one of that!
Never saw the underside wings with this color.
One of the most beautiful Lycaenidae that exists in Portugal!
Excellent shot Filipe!
Suberb shot of this Satyrinae!
We have some Melanargia but not the species.
Excelent natural colors! Perfect sharpness!
Excellent photo of this Lycaenidae with wings wide open!
Very rare in Portugal.
I only see it twice in my region, Castelo Branco, on several years of observation.
Such a beautiful Zyygaena Silvio!
In Portugal the most common is Zygaena trifolii.
Have a nice birthday!