The only shot of the Speckled Woods that were about yesterday.
Following yesterday’s Red Admirals I have a few Speckled Woods today.
Still more shots from four days ago, this time Speckled Woods, found, as usual, at the edge of woo
Speckled Wood (Pararge aegeria) butterflies from last Summer.
The title Autumn Woods refers not the usual wooded areas but to the Speckled Wood butterflies that seem to thrive at this time of year, feeding, it seems, on Blackberries. …
Speckled Woods making the most of the bumper crop of Autumn Fruits, Blackberries in this instance, we’ve had this year.
Speckled double, a pair of Speckled Woods on a Bramble leaf.
Speckled Woods captured recently.
Three recent photos of Speckled Wood Butterflies.
There are still quite a few Butterflies, especially Speckled Woods, about making the best of the warm weather we’re having at the moment.