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Trackside plants on broom-covered mountain slope at 1600 metres asl.
But looking at the second picture the ups cannot be didyma so it must be trivia.The first picture the hw uns could be either.
Thanks Daniele, I think the bit of forewing tip showing ups suggests M. didyma?
On the hindwing underside, M. phoebe has dark orange dots along the outer orange band. For your location this is M. didyma or M. trivia:http://www.eurobutterflies.com/sp/trivia...http://www.eurobutterflies.com/sp/didyma...
Lat: 41.16, Long: -3.57
Spotted on Jul 25, 2018 Submitted on Nov 6, 2018