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November Butterflies in Shoreham

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  • Andy Horton
    Hello, 2 November 2009 When the sun emerged from from behind the frequent clouds a Peacock Butterfly emerged from hibernation by the Ivy on the edge of the
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      Hello,

      2 November 2009
      When the sun emerged from from behind the frequent clouds a Peacock
      Butterfly emerged from hibernation by the Ivy on the edge of the Pixie Path,
      Old Shoreham, looking slightly tatty. Four Common Blue Butterflies were seen
      at the northern end of the lower slopes of Mill Hill; both these records
      were the first for the month of November. There was also a probable Large
      White in Shoreham town which would also be a first for the month.



      On Mill Hill, two Clouded Yellows courted and then mated and this was also
      the first time that this has been seen locally.


      Adur Butterfly Flight Times
      http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Butterflies1X2007.htm


      Adur Butterfly & Large Moth List
      http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Butterfly-list2009.html

      Cheers

      Andy Horton
      glaucus@...
      Adur Valley Nature Notes
      http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Adur2009.html
      http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Adur2008.html
      Adur Valley Nature Notes: November 2009
      http://www.glaucus.org.uk/Nov2009.html
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