Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Meadow Brown butterfly North Fife

Meadow Brown (Maniola jurtina) Common and widespread, Found on grasslands, including downland, heathland, coastal dunes and undercliffs, hay meadows, roadside verges, hedgerows, woodland rides and clearings, and waste ground. Just about anywhere really.

A Ringlet freshly emerged its wings not quite fully formed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Peter>< Still among the livin HOPE here. beautiful butterfly The big Monarchs are here in the emerald valley By the way I was tortured in my own country. Not nice corrupt sheriffs. 3rd degree burns after a lady sheriff jabbed me under the arm pit with her fingernails ( they refused to take photos) Warms the cockles of my soul. I will send a letter soon with the photo I promised ( the richardson family 1998? put the wrong name on my GR MAs grave
she died MRS PETER BOTKINS Maine.