what a beauty! royalty! :)
I love this!
TexWisGirlYes, she is rather special!! :)
Filip DemuinckYes she is beautiful showing her underwings with the very distinctive pattern, but just as beautiful when she opens her wingsand displays her orange and black spotted upper wings.Thankyou foryour comment.
Brown EyesYes, a real Spanish Beauty!!
NavaThankyou so much.:)
I bow to the majesty!!Great pictures!!many kisses
Your photos truly are breathtaking!
Great name for a butterfly...........
MagdaThank you,and long may she reign!!Kisses right back to you.
Stuart PriceI guess the person who first discovered it, named it,but you are right it's a good name,for whatever reason it was choosen!!
S. EtoleThank you, so glad you like it.:)
Such beauty and you captured her in all her radiance....
NancyThank you,I hope I did her justicebecause she really is a very pretty butterfly.So glad you stopped by.:)
supurb, beautiful capture!!
DeannaThank you,nice of you to say so!!
What an absolute beauty and so beautifully photographed. It certainly deserves its majestic name! It is a rare migrant to our country but I have never seen one and don't expect to.We have had some unusually warm and sunny weather here which is bringing our butterflies out. Having said that, it seems it is unfortunately set to turn much cooler and duller now.
ShySongbirdHello again,and thank you.Of all the Fritillary butterflies this is undoubtably one of my favourites.The upper and under wings are so different in design and colour and yet so very lovely.Our weather has also been unusually hot for this time of year,but much needed rain is forecast for the weekend.Hope you have a good one,and thankyou so much for your visit.
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