Hamadryas arete (Doubleday, 1824)
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|This is the same butterfly as the viewed in the photo before, but the colors are different in each wing surface.. Family: Nymphalidae, Sub Family: Nymphalinae. Only de females has the stripped white colours at the anterior wings.|
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- [2011-04-19 7:58]
Beautiful species with interesting patterns and colors. tfs.
- [2011-04-19 8:01]
Hi Marlon,fantastic specie and fantastic pic,a beautiful gift to all the butterflies fans of TN!!Thanks for share,have a nice day,Luciano
this butterfly is superb, i love his blue and white colors, and you have captured it with pin sharp details, excellent diagonal composition, the fly just in front of his face is a great bonus
Thanks a lot for sharing
Ciao Marion, fantastic macro of wonderful butterfly, splendid colors, excellent sharpness and fine details, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- [2011-04-22 4:02]
This striking butterfly has really amazing patterns and a most beautiful blue coloration.Fine diagonal presentatuion too. Looks very exotic to me.
Thanks and kind regards