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Seasonal Horticulturist since 1998. Each winter I backpack through the tropics and sometimes beyond, searching for rare flora and fauna.
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Another spring beauty! This looks just like our North American Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma) but that species doesn't appear to be in Europe. I don't have any reference books for European Lepidoptera so I'm not sure which species it is.
Just one more thing, thanks for filling in all the fields and entering the scientific name, however when writing the name, the genera -Turdus - is always capitalized (as you've done), however the first letter of the species - migratorius - is never capitalized, it's always a small letter. It's kinda weird I know, but that's the way science does it.