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Deutschland
April
Franken
Naturschutzgebiet
2021
Fetthennen-Bläuling
Scolitantides orion
KLeinochsenfurter Berg
Schmetterling


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Vom Aussterben bedroht - Threatened by extinction - 2 PiPs

Vom Aussterben bedroht - Threatened by extinction - 2 PiPs
Der Fetthennen-Bläuling (Scolitantides orion) ist ein kleiner Bläuling, der zur Zeit in aufgelassenen Weinbergen mit Trockensteinmauern fliegt. Die Unterseite der Falter ist außergewöhnlich für einen Bläuling, seine Oberseite ist bläulingstypisch (siehe PiP 1). Die Weibchen legen die Eier ab an Pflanzen der Gattung Hylotelephium, vor allem an der Großen Fetthenne (Hylotelephium telephium). Im PiP 2 sind drei abgelegte Eier zu sehen. Von der Fetthenne ernähren sich auch die Raupen. Die Falter findet man in Deutschland in Thüringen, Sachsen, Bayern und in Rheinland-Pfalz. Sie sind auf der Roten Liste Deutschland und vom Aussterben bedroht.
Das Foto wurde aufgenommen in einem aufgelassenen Weinberg in einem Naturschutzgebiet bei Ochsenfurt am Main. Der männliche Schmetterling saugt an einer Blüte vom Ackerhornkraut (Cerastium arvense).
de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fetthennen-Bl%C3%A4uling
The chequered blue (Scolitantides orion) is a very small blue that currently flies in abandoned vineyards with drystone walls. The underside of the butterfly is unusual for a blue, its upper side is typical of blue butterflies (see PiP 1). Females lay eggs on plants of the genus Hylotelephium, especially on Hylotelephium telephium. In PiP 2 three laid eggs can be seen. The caterpillars also feed on Hylotelephium. The Butterflies are found in Germany in Thuringia, Saxony, Bavaria and in Rhineland-Palatinate. They are on the Red List Germany and are threatened with extinction.
The photo was taken in an abandoned vineyard in a nature reserve near Ochsenfurt. The male butterfly sucks on a flower of Cerastium arvense.
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32 comments - The latest ones
 John Cass
John Cass club
Wonderful capture, great detail and nice colours.
6 weeks ago.
 Walter 7.8.1956
Walter 7.8.1956 club
Klasse diese Aufnahmen, und Danke für die Informationen
Walter
6 weeks ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
A real beauty !!
6 weeks ago.
 ©UdoSm
©UdoSm club
Ausgezeichnet...
6 weeks ago.
 uwschu
uwschu club
Volltreffer würde ich sagen
6 weeks ago.
 Malik Raoulda
Malik Raoulda club
Absolument magnifique et bien rendue.
Bonne soirée.
6 weeks ago.
 Annemarie
Annemarie club
ohhhhh
wunderschoenes Bild
LG
6 weeks ago.
 jeybee68
jeybee68 club
Was für ein Prachtexemplar!
6 weeks ago.
 Marije Aguillo
Marije Aguillo club
Excelente macro.
6 weeks ago.
 Nicole Merdrignac
Nicole Merdrignac club
Très belle capture. Nicole.
6 weeks ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
EXQUISITE
6 weeks ago.
 Schussentäler
Schussentäler club
wunderschöne Aufnahmen
6 weeks ago.
 Andrea Ertl
Andrea Ertl club
Schöne Aufnahme und PiP`s, Reinhold.
6 weeks ago.
 Hans Guenter
Hans Guenter club
Großartig!
6 weeks ago.
 Annalia S.
Annalia S. club
A beautiful, delicate creature, with gorgeous markings. So few eggs at a time ... I wonder if that contributes to its threatened status (besides the particular ecosystems it needs).
Three fantastic photographs, cammino.
6 weeks ago.
cammino club
has replied to Annalia S. club
I do not know the number of eggs per female. However, it has been proven that the female lays her eggs distributed over several plants, so that it is more likely that offspring survive.
6 weeks ago.
Annalia S. club
has replied to cammino club
Oh, that would be exactly the opposite, then. A strategy to improve the chances of their offspring and help survival of the species.
6 weeks ago.
 Percy Schramm
Percy Schramm club
Wunderschöne Fotos, cammino ! Toll, diesen besonderen Schmetterling kennen lernen zu können.
6 weeks ago.
 Ulrich John
Ulrich John club
Toll,getroffen, Cammino ! Und Danke für den Text !
6 weeks ago.
 Jean-louis Thiaudiere
Jean-louis Thiaudier… club
Infos intéressantes et belle prise de ce beau papillon**********
6 weeks ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
What a wonderful closeup! Awesome details. I am saddened to hear they are threatened with extinction, it's just so sad. I cannot bear to pay attention to this type of news or I would surely have to jump off a bridge. Instead I try hard to dearly appreciate everything I am fortunate enough to see and if I am lucky, to immortalize with my photography, as you have done here.


Thanks so much for your visits to my pictures, your comments are always so generous and thoughtful! You're the best! :)

By the way, PIP #1 is broken!
6 weeks ago.
cammino club
has replied to Janet Brien club
Thank you for the information. I fixed the PiP yesterday evening.
6 weeks ago.
 Janet Brien
Janet Brien club
6 weeks ago.
 Eva Lewitus
Eva Lewitus club
So schön. Wünsche ihnen ein langes Leben!
6 weeks ago.
 Nora Caracci
Nora Caracci club
exquisite !
HWE !
6 weeks ago.
 Tanja - Loughcrew
Tanja - Loughcrew club
Mensch toll gemacht! Die PiPs zeigen alles, was dazu gehört und vor allem die Eier auf der Fetthenne sehen klasse aus :)
6 weeks ago.
 menonfire
menonfire club
Detailreiche Aufnahme des schönen Tieres
5 weeks ago.
 Leo W
Leo W club
Sehr schön
5 weeks ago.
 Sylvie Coeffic
Sylvie Coeffic club
So schön ! :-)
5 weeks ago.
 trester88
trester88 club
Ausgezeichnete Serie!
5 weeks ago.
 Ronald Losure
Ronald Losure club
Great photos and disturbing news about the situation of this beautiful butterfly.
5 weeks ago.
 Esther
Esther club
What a beautiful butterfly.
5 weeks ago.

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