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Argynnis aglaja (4)
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Argynnis aglaja
Family: Nymphalidae

This large and powerful butterfly is one of our most widespread fritillaries and can be seen flying rapidly in a range of open sunny habitats. The males look similar to the High Brown Fritillary, which is far rarer but sometimes flies with them on bracken-covered hillsides. The two can be distinguished from the underwing markings, visible when they are feeding on flowers such as thistles.

I forgot my camera, so I took this picture with my cell phone :)

Location: Říp mountain - czech national mountain, where first czech tribes appeared according to the legends and ancient chronicles.

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Karl312 Silver Note Writer [C: 9 W: 1 N: 19] (184)
Lower green saturation.
Edited by:extramundi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1880 W: 338 N: 4268] (13178)

I made a selective saaturation change on the greens, lowering general saturation, and adding some magenta and cyan.
Hope you like!