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Fjärilar i Trosa – Butterflies in Trosa Sweden part 8

We’re not done with the butterflies in Trosa serie yet. Here’s some more butterflies living in Tureholm peninsula Trosa.

Fjärilsparaden från Tureholmshalvön i Trosa har inte någon ände ännu. Här kommer fler fjärilar.

Grönsnabbvinge – Callophrys rubi
Mindre guldvinge – Lycaena phlaeas
Mindre guldvinge – Lycaena phlaeas
Eldsnabbvinge – Thecla betulae (and a blue bug) (undersida/backside)
Eldsnabbvinge – Thecla betulae (ovansida/frontside)

The last butterfly is often living up in the trees, so it can be hard to see. But sometimes they fly down to ground to find something to eat. This one did and that gave me the chance to take some pics.

Eldsnabbvingen lever uppe i träden, så det är inte alltid lätt att få syn på den. Men då och då flyger de ner till marken för att leta mat. Den här eldsnabbvingen hade vänligheten att göra det och ställa upp på fotografering 😉

Anna

11 thoughts on “Fjärilar i Trosa – Butterflies in Trosa Sweden part 8”

    1. Thank you. It’s really fun to try catch them on camera. They don’t sit still for very long though. But I have learned you can stand pretty far away and still get good pictures of them. “Pling”

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  1. Another superb post about butterflies – well done for getting so many good shots of them. I am both a good and very experienced photographer and I still struggle to do justice to butterflies.

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    1. They are very difficult to catch on camera. They fly around almost all the time. I’ve learned that I can keep distance and still get good pictures of them. They sit still a little longer then and I don’t scare them away.

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    1. Vi hade tur den dagen att eldsnabbvingen ville besöka en liten kortväxt ek nere på marken. Den satt t o m still rätt länge så att det gick att ta kort ordentligt.

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