Aporia creategi (Female)
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Species: A. crataegi
Binomial name: Aporia crataegi (Linnaeus, 1758)
It is found in orchards and bushes throughout most of Europe except Northern Europe, North Africa, temperate Asia, Korea and Japan. It usually feeds on plants in the genus Prunus. Flight time is between April and July, size is between 56mm and 68mm, and is normally found an altitudes between 500m and 2000m.
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Merhaba Volkan, transparan kanatlı dişiyi çok güzel, tam da iş başında yakalamışsın. Ellerine sağlık.
Selamlar volkan bey,
harika bir çalışma olmuş.
tam beslenme anı.
En güzel dileklerimle,
I was happy to see this beautiful butterfly for the first time last summer in Turkey. Did you noticed the sexual dimorphism? Yours is a female with brown veins. Males are completely white. Well done! Selamlar,
The butterfly is well placed in the frame. The point of view is showing the details and colors of the aporia Crataegi butterfly. It is sharp and clear. The light is enhancing the colors. have a nice day.