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|A species that is becoming increasingly rare and localized, unfortunately I managed to take only this photo, it is not the best but I think it is certainly useful.|
Species: B. daphne
The Marbled Fritillary (Brenthis daphne) is a butterfly of the Nymphalidae family. It is found in the Palearctic ecozone, for Europe the range is limited to the Southern parts of the continent.
The length of the forewings is 21-26 mm. The butterfly flies from May to August depending on the location.
The larvae probably feed on Rubus and Viola species.
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- [2019-07-24 19:51]
Nice catch the depth brought beauty also the contrast
Perfect moment, amazing shot TFS.
Les fleurs cadrent bien l'insecte. La prise de vue permet de voir les détails du papillon Nacré de la ronce. La qualité de la lumière embellit les couleurs de l'image. Bonne journée.
Ciao Luciano, che bella, da un po' di tempo non la vedo più dalle mie parti, macro al solito di gran qualità, nonostante la posizione difficile, splendida nitidezza, magnifici colori e ottimi dettagli, bravissimo, buon weekend ciao Silvio
- [2019-07-28 1:52]
very nice and sharpness picture with good details an lovely colours