Monday, 22 June 2015
SUNDAY MORNING CLIFF TOP AMBLE
Here are a few pictures from Sunday mornings amble around Langdon Cliffs at Dover.
SMALL TORTOISHELL-a fresh butterfly the result of the successful winter hibernation of its parents.
SPECKLED YELLOW several day flying moths can be seen at the moment
YELLOW SHELL-a superbly marked moth
BEE ORCHIDS are in short supply this year
PYRAMID ORCHIDS are just starting to bloom,there are lots.
MARBLED WHITE when these appear it must be summer.
COMMON SPOTTED ORCHIDS in abundance.
Another MARBLED WHITE,it is really a member of the brown family.
ORANGETIP an unusual sighting with the marbled whites out.
BURNET COMPANION another day flying moth.
LARGE SKIPPERS-note the hooked antennae
and blotches on the wings
and SMALL SKIPPERS are emerging. look for the orange tips to the antennae
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