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Black-veined white (female)

Aporia crataegi


This species is found on scrubby grassland, along roadsides, around woodland and field edges, in sub-alpine woodland / hay meadow mosaics and other open habitats where the foodplants grow. It tends to be most abundant in drier habitats, and can be found at elevations between sea level and about 1600m.

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injica 6 years ago

Mozes napisati i u latinski nazim Jopin ID za strizibubu

injica 7 years ago Evo sad mi to lijepo morš dodati u misiju ;D

Jopy 7 years ago

ove dvije strizibube (longhorn beetle) pored leptira jest Anastrangalia sanguinolenta...nisam mogla odoliti :)

injica 7 years ago

aha oni se prebiju na mrtvo ime i onda spavaju, da, tako to čine balkanci ;D

injica 7 years ago

Ava, you are right, he have found 2 wonderful longhorn beetles....omg, unfortunately can't see entirely to get the right ID :/

injica 7 years ago

šta je ovo parenje ili fight? ha ha ha :D

Caleb Steindel
Caleb Steindel 7 years ago

nice series!

Beautiful spotting and nice video!

Jopy 7 years ago

dobar video!

Jopy 7 years ago

Isto sam pogrijesila, Aporia crataegi: sorry!

Ava T-B
Ava T-B 7 years ago

You have two other bugs mating in this lovely picture!

Bhagya Herath
Bhagya Herath 7 years ago

beautiful spotting

Jopy 7 years ago

Again the same species Parnassius mnemosyne... Divan je!

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 7 years ago

Great spot and photo !

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Spotted on Jun 21, 2013
Submitted on Jun 21, 2013

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