Please note: Following a decision by the Curracag Committee to streamline their online presence an announcement was made at the AGM on 8th February 2017 that this forum will be closing. The date of closure will be the 28th February. All discussion will now take place on the Curracag Facebook group at www.facebook.com/groups/curracag

If you are particularly interested in birds, in light of the Curracag decision, Outer Hebrides Birds has totally re-vamped their website and will now contain details of sightings, photographs, discussion and a number of resources for birds and birding in the Outer Hebrides. Please head to Outer Hebrides Birds where sign up/registration for users is open. As well as sign up using traditional methods OHB also have the facility for you to sign up/sign in using your Facebook or Twitter account.

Dark Green Fritillary

Moths and Butterflies, just chat or ask for help on identification
Post Reply
Paul
Curracag Member
Curracag Member
Posts: 82
Joined: 04 May 2012, 16:30

Dark Green Fritillary

Post by Paul » 18 Jul 2013, 19:15

A single Dark Green Fritillary was a garden first today in the sunshine when it eventually came out. Also 5 Meadow Browns, 3 Common Blues & 1 Large white with 15 Green veined whites.
Paul

Matt T
Registered User
Registered User
Posts: 51
Joined: 09 Nov 2012, 22:39

Re: Dark Green Fritillary

Post by Matt T » 19 Jul 2013, 09:12

Paul,
That's a nice lot of butterflies. You must have a very floriferous garden to attract so many.
M
Matt Topsfield
Curracag Chair

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests