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Today I will show you a Zygaena purpuralis or a Zygaena minos at a Melampyrum arvense. Both Zygaena´s are possible because the difference between both species can be only clarified with a genital analysis.
I found that very nice species into a shell lime stone area which contains try grasslands.
That area contains to the natural protected areas into my near.
Sadly the sun was not shying as I made the pictures.
I want say thanks to all which comment my last pictures.
Sadly I stay again before my third suggestion and have at the moment not many possibilities to sit for a longer while at my desk. Sorry for that.
I wish you all a nice weekend and always a lucky finger at you cam.
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Ciao Sascha. Perfect sharp and details with intrigant shades.