"Little tortoise butterfly" Butterfly and Insect Day Week #44

in #butterflyday28 days ago (edited)

I am very happy that dear @whatisnew continues his "Thursday is Butterfly Day" contest. Last summer, I managed to take some pictures of the "little turtle butterfly" on the Sandstone rocks
Я очень рад, что уважаемый @whatisnew продолжает свой конкурс "Thursday is Butterfly Day". Прошлым летом мне удалось сделать несколько снимков "маленькой черепаховой бабочки" на скалах из песчаника.

It was a cool, windy day and apparently the butterflies were basking on the warm stones.
Дело было в прохладный ветреный день и видимо бабочки грелись на теплых камнях.

A "small tortoiseshell butterfly" lays larvae on the leaves of nettle, so in Russia the butterfly is called "urticaria".
"Маленькая черепаховая бабочка" откладывает личинки на листьях крапивы, поэтому в России бабочка называется "крапивница". ​

Photos published in support of tag​ #butterflyday​ from​ @whatisnew
Camera Panasonic HC-V760
Location Siberia
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За ваш пост проголосовал кураторский проект @ru-trail.
Спасибо за публикацию контента на русском языке.

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А мы всегда называли крапивницей

Она и есть крапивница, по нашему :)

What beautiful colors and pattern of this butterfly, and it gave me a warm feeling. Was the butterfly in flight in the last photo? It is a flying beauty. Nice to see you again @irvet and thanks for your entry. : )

You're right, the last photo shows a butterfly in flight