|Copyright: Calin Ciotlos (blackasmodeus) (104)|
|Date Taken: 2008|
|Camera: Canon 350D, 18-55mm|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2010-07-09 3:00|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Duke of Burgundy (Hamearis lucina) is a European butterfly in the family Riodinidae. For many years, it was known as the "Duke of Burgundy Fritillary", because of the adult's similar markings to "true" Fritillaries of the family Nymphalidae.|
The species range is restricted to the Western Palaearctic, from Spain, the UK and Sweden to the Balkans (Oates & Emmet, 1990). It is the sole representative of its (sub)family in Europe (Oates & Emmet, 1990).
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- [2010-07-09 3:01]
Superba captura ta de azi!Detalii si culori perfcete!
Yes!... we have more metalmarks here! but this in your shot is unkonow for me, Thanks for posting!... Good shot, well balanced an unpeccable POV!. Regards, Jesús