Back in Aosta II
Unfortunately tomorrow will be my last day in Aosta. Two weeks went by so fast....although I must admit that I miss my beloved ones.
Until now we counted 71 different butterfly species and the number will rise as we must determine a few skippers yet. Some skippers are very hard to determine when they are wet and covered with dew/raindrops.
It's hard to believe but the Titania Fritillary and the Dark Green Fritillary are the most common butterflies which we found in Aosta. The amount of butterflies is not very high in the National Parc (I guess due to the colder weather) and it was hard work finding roosting butterflies in the morning. The first meadows were already mown and/or empty by hungry cattle. A few times I tried to catch some butteflies with open wings....not easy in the mountains with a lot of clouds and/or hard sunlight. But these two red gentlemen were cooperative for a few moments:
8/7/2021 08:47:54 pm
Vond het al een beetje stil aan het front maar zo te zien is er toch nog wel wat blijven plakken. Sjiek. Titania de meest algemene, haha lachen!
13/7/2021 08:30:06 am
Dank je Sjors, de up-dates en verhalen zijn in de maak....nog heel even geduld ;-). Groetjes Silvia
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