Butterflies & Moths

Butterfly: the Meadow Argus


Wikipedia says…

The meadow argus (Junonia villida) is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae, commonly found in Australia. It is also known as Albin’s Hampstead eye in the United Kingdom, where it has occurred only as an accidental import.




The wingspan measures 4 centimetres (1.6 in) in males and 4.3 centimetres (1.7) in females



(Nikon D3000, on auto)

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6 thoughts on “Butterfly: the Meadow Argus

  1. What beautiful photographs. The butterfly and the flowers are the perfect complement for one another, and they contrast so nicely with the lush green-shadowed background. I do admire your skill.

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