Lizards, moths and butterflies in Italy


Young wall lizard near flower pot, Italy, 15 September 2013

After 14 September in Liguria, Italy, today 15 September. With a young wall lizard next to a flower pot.

Grasshopper, Italy, 15 September 2013

A grasshopper along the path.

Butterflies along the irrigation canal.

A dung beetle rolls a ball of dung across the path.

A big lizard disappears quickly into a hole in a wall.

We reach a hilltop above the cemetery of Olivetta village.

Six-spot burnet moth, Italy, 15 September 2013

A six-spot burnet moth on grass.

Hilltop view, Italy, 15 September 2013

We look around, at other hills and mountains.

Ciantri, Italy, 15 September 2013

We go downhill. Below us, Ciantri hamlet.

Torre village, Italy, 15 September 2013

To the other side, Torre village.

As we go down, on a yellow flower, a grasshopper.

River clubtail, Italy, 15 September 2013

A bit further, a female red-veined darter dragonfly.

Common blue, Italy, 15 September 2013

A common blue butterfly on a grass stem.

Then, a hummingbird hawk-moth. Moving too fast to photograph.

Olivetta in the rain, Italy, 15 September 2013

As evening starts to fall, it rains. We see Olivetta village through a curtain of rain.

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