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Meadow Brown

Meadow Brown
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Copyright: Biswarup Satpati (Biswarup) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 243 W: 0 N: 868] (8282)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-07-16
Categories: Insects
Photo Version: Original Version
Theme(s): Butterfly & Dragonfly [view contributor(s)]
Date Submitted: 2006-07-21 3:46
Viewed: 3922
Points: 8
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
The Meadow Brown is the most abundant butterfly species in many habitats. Hundreds may be seen together at some sites, flying low over the vegetation. Adults fly even in dull weather when most other butterflies are inactive.

Regional variations in the spotting pattern on the wings have led to it being studied extensively by geneticists over many years. Larger forms occur in Ireland and the north of Scotland.

It is one of our most widespread species, but many colonies have been lost due to agricultural intensification.

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To peter_stoeckl: Meadow BrownBiswarup 1 07-21 04:18
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Hi Biswarup,

clear and sharp picture of:

Maniola jurtina L.
Meadow Brown, Ochsenauge, Le Myrtil,

Best regards,

Hi Biswarup
Meadow Brown is also common to my places and its in my file 3 days ago.I love seeing it in my village and thanks for posting because I like your shot. The POV the BG and the composition are wonderful.Great details too.
See you

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  • phlr Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1237 W: 130 N: 882] (2821)
  • [2006-07-22 14:27]

Very good photo of this Satyridae!
Also common in Portugal.
Very good on colours and POV!
Also a very good DOF and details!
5* and TFS!

Hi Biswarup

Have been out of range for internet connection over the last few days. Been in a remote area of New Zealand called The Catlins, so now it is time for me to catch up on what has been happening.

Excellent shot. Well done on everything here. Thanks. -)

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