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Old Jul 12, 2010, 7:32 AM   #1
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Default Latticed Heath

or Chiasma clathrata.

found this little butterfly some days back,
it kept hidden in the grass so there was some work getting a shot of it.

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Old Jul 12, 2010, 10:10 AM   #2
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Ronny when you did coax it into position you got a wonderful shot of a nice specimen.

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Really pretty butterfly - worth the effort !
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Well done Ronny!
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Ronny when you did coax it into position you got a wonderful shot of a nice specimen.

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Thanks Lou, it was more myself that it was coaxing.
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Really pretty butterfly - worth the effort !
Thanks FF, I completely agree
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Rather striking moth - certainly worth the effort.
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A very striking moth - I've never seen one and think it's quite striking. Also, well done on the pictures, it looks very small among the grass.
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That took lots of patience & stalking - thanks for sharing the fruits of your labor!
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