Common Cerulean (Jamides celeno aelianus)

in Amazing Nature7 months ago

Hello everyone! It's been great to be back here again and today I am delighted to show you a little butterfly, a little beauty that was found darting in the wild. This butterfly was found when I had a wonderful walk in nature a few days ago. I usually headed out to nature to spend the weekend in search of amazing wildlife. It appears I had to deal with this butterfly. Known as Common Cerulean (Jamides celeno aelianus), a species that is widely distributed throughout tropical countries. Although it is smaller than other common butterflies, the characteristic is clearly seen from its wings, especially the barb-like marking on the hindwing. Common Cerulean stays under the family Lycaenidae, in the genus Jamides.


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CameraNikon D7000
CategoryInsect Photography
LensTamron Tele-Macro 70-300
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Hello @abduhawab!

very interisiting specie
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