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UK Nature > Butterflies

Brimstone
Gonepteryx rhamni

Comma
Polygonia c-album

Common Blue
Polyommatus icarus

Gatekeeper
Pyronia tithonus

Green Veined White
Pieris napi

Large Skipper
Ochlodes venata

Large White
Pieris brassicae

Meadow Brown
Maniola jurtina

Orange Tip
Anthocharis cardamines

Painted Lady
Cynthia cardui

Peacock
Inachis io

Red Admiral
Vanessa atalanta

Ringlet
Aphantopus hyperantus

Silver-washed Fritillary
Argynnis paphia

Small Copper
Lycaena phlaeas

Small Tortoiseshell
Aglais urticae

Small White
Pieris rapae

Speckled Wood
Pararge aegeria


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