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WildlifeKate Learn Common British Butterflies

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Learn to recognise some of our common British Butterflies
Kate MacRae
Flashcards by Kate MacRae, updated 9 days ago
Kate MacRae
Created by Kate MacRae about 2 years ago
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Question Answer
Peacock (Look or the 'eyes' on the wings)
Small Tortoiseshell (look for the blue, lacy edge to the wings)
Comma (Look for the wavy edge to the wings)
Red Admiral (Look for the black & red on wings)
Large White (female) (Look for clear black tips & 2 spots)
Large White (male) (Look for clear black tips, no spots)
Small White (female) (Look for pale black tips & 2 spots)
Small White (male) (Look for pale black tips and 1 spot)
Meadow Brown (female) (Look for small amount of orange & single white spot)
Meadow Brown (male) (Look for small amount of orange and a single white spot)
Gatekeeper (Look for clear orange & 2 tiny white spots in the black spot)
Speckled Wood (Look for pale cream spots)
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