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High Spring. May 2018.
Written by Jos   

Downy Emerald

 

 

Amazing weather producing many species early this year - in the part of the month, good diversity of butterflies and ever increasing numbers of dragonflies. Baltic Grayling, Clouded Apollo and Violet Copper among the butterflies flying, Downy Emeralds, Hairy Dragonfly and Norfolk Hawker among the dozen species of dragonfly.

 

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 May 2018 )
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Spring Flush. April 2018.
Written by Jos   

Small Tortoiseshell

 

 

With rising temperatures, so the butterfly season truly began. From fairly good numbers in the first half of the month, with numerous Small Tortoiseshells and Brimstones, plus Camberwell Beauties, the second half of the month saw an absolute explosion in numbers, the first Swallowtails on the wing, plus butterflies flying in their hundreds by month end.

Last Updated ( Monday, 30 April 2018 )
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Focus on Lepidoptera, South Africa.
Written by Jos   
My second visit to South Africa in the space of six months, this three-week trip from 9-29 December 2017 very much focussed on the amazing butterflies of the country, though did begin with a few days in Kruger National Park searching for a number of iconic mammals, not least Wild Dogs, Leopards, Cheetahs and White Rhinos.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 April 2018 )
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