Rare butterflies in the Netherlands


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From the Vlinderstichting in the Netherlands:

In the south of Limburg province, dark green fritillaries have been seen. This butterfly, which lives in the Veluwe region and on some Wadden Sea islands, has never been a permanent resident in Limburg.

Dutch butterflies: here.

August 2010. Scotland’s first butterfly reserve is reporting a significant increase in butterfly numbers this summer – and it could all be down to the interventions of Highland cattle: here.

Pine White Butterfly Population Explodes in 2010: Parts of the Pacific Northwest are all a flutter: here.

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