Thursday, 5 May 2016

Yellow on Blue.



I carried out this week's butterfly transect on Ashtead Common North around midday on Tuesday but with the temperature hovering just above 12 deg C I logged just five species; Speckled Wood (3), Small White (1), Large White (1), Peacock (1) and a solitary Brimstone nectaring on a Bluebell.

With more wild flowers appearing and the temperature expected to improve I will hopefully come across some different flutters during my wanderings over the coming days. FAB.

Linking to: 
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4 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture, and some great sightings. We have had it hot in here. + 20 ° C and the sun sooner. Here, in our locality float away lady butterflies, butterflies lemon, green nimble wings, The Comma, and Small tortoiseshell. Moths are waiting very hard. Happy weekend.

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  2. It is FREEZING here today, Frank! Windy and cool so I haven't seen anything floating by...except the Eagle, of course!...:)JP

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  3. I love the yellow butterflie. In our country it's a citroentje.

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  4. Wonderful shot, Frank. The blue and yellow complement each other well.
    Many thanks for joining the Floral Friday Fotos meme, I look forward to your next contribution.

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