comma butterfly

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Synonyms for comma butterfly

anglewing butterfly with a comma-shaped mark on the underside of each hind wing

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The Comma Butterfly Butterflies on the whole are having a really hard time all over the Wales and the UK, mainly because of loss of habitat.
The comma butterfly is a nature conservation success story.
Mark and Sue Wynn reported a comma butterfly harrying a common hawker dragonfly in the Sefton dunes, where grayling are now on the wing.
The Comma butterfly has expanded its range through the North-East since the 1970s.
The rare speckled wood butterfly reached the Isle of Lewis for the first time and the comma butterfly arrived in Fife for the first time in nearly 200 years.
When a comma butterfly spreads its wings, the insect is easy to see (above).