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|The Comma (Polygonia c-album) is a species of butterfly, common in the United Kingdom and with a distribution across Europe and temperate Asia to Japan and south to Morocco. Similar species are found in the United States and Canada. It has a white marking on its underwings resembling a comma. The wings have a distinctive ragged edge, apparently a cryptic form as the butterfly resembles a fallen leaf. The caterpillars are also cryptic, resembling a bird dropping.|
Latin name: Polygonia c-album
Size: Has a wingspan of around 45mms.
Months seen: April through to November.
Habitat: Woodlands and gardens.
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- [2006-08-02 9:04]
The colours are very srange and a bit greenish. Nice composition and good details.
An attractive photograph.
wow, such a beauty here in Germany, looks like an exotic butterfly. Excellent sharpness and brilliant colours, very well done, I love it.
A beautiful arrangement, thanks
Sabine - wishnugaruda
Intense color, wonderful composition,good focus.