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Picos Pyrgus

Postby Paul Wetton » Wed Aug 23, 2017 11:07 am

Here is the first of my Pyrgus problems. This individual was found mud puddling with Marbled Skippers at an altitude of around 1500 metres close to a river. It was the size of Large / Oberthur's / Foulquier's. I originally thought Oberthur's as it appeared to have two white arcs near the anal angle of the hindwing underside. Any comments / help welcome.

069 Oberthur's Grizzled Skipper.jpg


070 Oberthur's Grizzled Skipper.jpg


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Many thanks
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Re: Picos Pyrgus

Postby Paul Wetton » Sun Aug 27, 2017 1:23 pm

Any ideas please
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Re: Picos Pyrgus

Postby Paul Wetton » Fri Sep 01, 2017 11:33 am

Still hoping someone will pass comment on this Pyrgus.

Many thanks
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