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Holly blue (Celastrina argiolus): Pale blue underside with small dark spotsWe'd appreciate your feedbackForewing colour and pattern For example Differences between similar species Orange with dark markings Small tortoiseshell Small tortoiseshell (Aglais urticae): Black and yellow markings on forewing with white spotOK What to feed your garden wildlife Top ten garden plants for wildlife Wildlife emergency: Who do you call? Go outside Wildlife Photography Some hints and tips for beginners to help improve your wildlife photographyIf the identification tool fails to identify your butterfly based on the details you provide, it will provide you with means to contact me where I will be happy to provide a personal identification service

Top woodland butterflies Brimstone (Gonepteryx rhamni) Brimstone butterflies are avid sunbathers and even better impressionists, throwing perfectIf surveys are your thing, or you simply want to find out what else is available, we can show you how to do a wildlife survey and become a citizen scientist.Summer seabird spectacular Wonderful wildflower meadows Beautiful bluebell blooms A wild walk in the woods Around the BBC Peacock butterfly videos, news and facts Painted lady videos, news and facts Gatekeeper butterfly videos, news and facts Large white videos, news and facts The BBC is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites Share this page Delicious Digg Facebook reddit StumbleUpon Twitter Email Print BBC links Mobile siteTerms of UseAbout the BBC Advertise With UsPrivacyAccessibility Help Ad ChoicesCookiesContact the BBC Parental Guidance Copyright 2017 BBCAllrightsreservedStart shopping You need to upgrade your Flash Player and enable Javascript to view this content Stock photo library Our online stock photo library is constantly updated with only the highest quality photographs of British Butterflies and their different life stages, food plants and habitats, perfect for a wide range of media publications from print to digitalSupport this web site Every penny helpsRead more Comma (Polygonia c-album) Comma butterflies have also been called a 'tattier tortoiseshell', but that does a disservAll butterflies and most moths have a specialist tongue-like mouthpart (proboscis)

Follow these simple hints and tips and your garden will soon be awash with movement and colourRead more Speckled wood (Pararge aegeria) Speckled wood butterflies are chocolate-brown with creamy-yellow eye spots on the wingsThe caterpillar (or larva) hatches out and is an eating machine with most species consuming leavesWant to help? The big butterfly count is a nationwide survey to assess the health of our environment and is the world's biggest survey of butterfliesBritish Butterflies Butterfly identification Use our new online identification tool using a series of simple questions to help you identify a butterfly quickly and easilySmall white (Pieris rapae): Small black tip to forewings with one or two black wing spotsOur most familiar butterflies such as the Small Tortoiseshell are now becoming increasingly uncommon

Welcome to British Butterflies In fact plants are great for attracting all manor of creatures and we have a top ten list of plants every wildlife garden needsIt then creates a chrysalis (or pupa) around itselfRead moreRead more Twitter Facebook Google Plus Email Help us track the changing seasons If you enjoy watching the seasons change, send us your wildlife sightings Record with Nature's Calendar Discover a new place to play Woods are perfect for tree climbing, puddle jumping, den building, bug hunting, leaf collecting and marvellous mud pie making adventures Find a wood to explore Steven Cheshire Can you help towards the running costs so that this web site remains a free educational resource for all? British Butterflies Online Store A great range of butterfly and wildlife related products, from books and id guides to breeding cages and original art are now available in our online storeEach purchase supports the continued development of this web site as a free resource for all2296645), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Woodland TrustBut some cities are luring them back Published: 22 Jun 2017 Flutter bye: where did all the city butterflies go? This butterfly needs a break Butterflywatch Challenged by climate change, our most secretive butterfly could soon be getting a helping hand if a new campaign takes off Published: 4 May 2017 This butterfly needs a break Killer of rare butterfly given six-month suspended sentence Phillip Cullen sentenced for illegally capturing and killing specimens of the large blue, Britains rarest butterfly Published: 7 Apr 2017 Killer of rare butterfly given six-month suspended sentence Funding boost to help save England's rarest species from extinction Shrill carder bee and chequered skipper butterfly are among 20 endangered bugs, bees, butterflies and plants to benefit from 4.6m in lottery funding Published: 31 Mar 2017 Funding boost to help save England's rarest species from extinction Pity the imperilled butterfly, fluttering out of toxic lives

British Butterflies Species List Descriptions, photographs, identification tips, distribution maps and much moreMeadow brown (Maniola jurtina): Single black eyespot on forewing with white pupilHere is how to get involved with the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme and be a part of the Wider Countryside Butterfly SurveyRead more White admiral (Limenitis camilla) This dapper butterfly, white-banded across big black wings, is found exclusively in woods For more comprehensive and interactive identification guides there are these from Butterfly Conservation and UK ButterfliesStay in touch Email address Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google Plus Accessibility Terms & conditions Privacy policy Sitemap The result of global warming? You decidePhotograph: Mark Mirror/Getty Images Butterflies UK butterflies worst hit in 2016 with 70% of species in decline, study finds Mild winter, cold spring and late summer lead to fall in numbers as 40 of 57 species struggle to cope with fluctuating weather Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email View more sharing options Share on LinkedIn Share on Pinterest Share on Google+ Share on WhatsApp Share on Messenger Close This article is 2 months old Kate Lyons Wednesday 12 April 2017 06.30BST Last modified on Wednesday 26 April 2017 12.47BST Butterflies in the UK have suffered one of their worst years on record, with 70% of all species experiencing a decline in numbers over the past year, according to conservationistsHow to identify UK reptiles How to identify UK amphibians Birds of prey Deer from the rear Get involved How to do a wildlife survey In the past bird-watchers and bug-hunters have been frowned upon by academics but now citizen science is making a big impactLarge white (Pieris brassicae): Wingspan to 7 cm with bigger black tip to forewing that extends down edge 2ffeafca65



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