|Zegris eupheme would hide its conspicuous upper sides of wings when seated at rest. The marbled yellow markings underneath would provide a good camouflage then among all the yellow blossoms of its feeding plant, the mediterranean mustard.|
The camera: SONY DSC-HX1, 3456 x 2592 pixels, sRGB, 14mm macro zoom (equivalent 97mm at full size SLR), F/4, 1/640sec., ISO-125, hand held, no flash. 25.04.2011, 16:12.
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