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Yesterday we took a picture of an cicada which is only a few mm large. Blue coloured ends of the elytrons, otherwise light brown striped. It is not to be found in the internet. Who can give a tip?
While putting all pictures from four years of observation into file, the next butterfly, the 47th in the Urseetal appeared: Argynnis niobe – Niobe Fritillary.
This butterfly lives in Baden-Württemberg (BW) almost exclusively in the Blackforest, preferably in the Hochschwarzwald and isolatedly on the Suebian AlB. Here it is suckling from red clover. Due the limited number of observation this species is not well researched, oviposition and the preferred larval plants are unknown.
This endangered butterfly is protected by federal law.