|Copyright: birloncea cosmin (cozmon)
|Date Taken: 2012-08-17|
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|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2013-05-30 3:18|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|The Hungarian glider is similar in behaviour and general appearance to the common glider, but is easily distinguished by the single band on the hindwing (double in common glider). It flies powerfully on flat wings, frequently gliding, so the upperside pattern can actually be seen clearly even when the butterfly is on the wing.|
I have seen this species just once, in North Italy in June 2007 (June 30th, to be exact). At the site, the foodplant, Goatsbeard, was abundant and the butterflies were mostly found in its vicinity, crusing around, stopping briefly, but on the whole being quite difficult to get close to.
The names 'common glider' and 'Hungarian glider' conceal the fact that the Hungarian glider is actually found marginally further west, reaching North Italy and southern Switzerland (Ticino). Both are generally more frequent further east.
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This butterfly is it all in focus. You can get better results if you try to have most of the bug in a single plane. But sometimes it's very difficult. Thank you.
這蝴蝶照的很有創意 角度很新奇 逆光看起來很溫柔