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The wing span was about 10mm or 1/2 an inch.
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CJ45

I never thought of it being a flower but it does now that you have mentioned it. Thanks Jason.

jasonchung

Beautiful, almost looked like half of a blue flower. Thanks, Clive.

Biscotto

: -)

CJ45

Thank you Biscotto for the link and yes it was a "Common Blue" and a male. It was the first time that I have ever seen one although I get butterflies in my garden and they are generally the larger size and more common species.

Biscotto

I'm guessing that this is a 'Common Blue'.
Have a look at this link, Clive:
http://www.britishbutterflies.co.uk/stock-photos-search.asp?keyword=Common%20Blue

CJ45

Thank you Ricky.

Beautiful no matter what.

songbirdj

It doesn't seem to have the long thin body of a butterfly nor the long antennae that curve.

CJ45

Thank you all for your comments I did expand the photo but my mobile is quite old by today's standards and could not see the antennae should have taken my camera. But there you go never mind.

Biscotto

This is just so lovely, Clive. TFP

irisriver

This one seems to be the common blue butterfly or one in that butterfly family. So tiny but beautiful to see.

CJ45

Oh thank you for the information gemstone but it was so small I will have to expand the puzzle to see. It was taken on my mobile while walking my dog.

gemstone

Moths have feathered antennae, butterflies don't. :)))

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