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Butterflies of Rhodes, Greece

Butterflies of Rhodes, Greece

Please don't kill any butterfly or don't even try to catch it. Try also not to disturb them. The easiest way to photograph them is early morning which their wings haven't defrost yet and on sunny days on noon which butterflies try to enjoy the sun for their wings.

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Butterflies of Rhodes, Greece
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Chris Taklis

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Rhodes is an island in South-east of Aegean. It has the most gather butterflies of Greece. With these project we want to know what exactly species and sub-species of butterflies exist in Rhodes. Where and what it's happening when the time passes. With this project we attend to gather information, available publicly for everyone, on the population of butterflies and if reduced, increased or attend to disappear some of the species and sub-species. The most interesting spot is the Valley of the butterflies. Please try also to submit your photos on the mission: "Butterflies and Moths of Greece" - http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/64566136.

Butterflies of Rhodes, Greece

Lat: 36.29 Long: 28.04

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