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Gatekeeper Butterfly Male - The Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) is a member of the subfamily Satyrinae in the family Nymphalidae and most commonly found in South and East Britain, limited to coastal areas of south and southeast Ireland. The Gatekeeper prefer warmer weather and may be seen in the gardens along hedgerows, perched next to gateways. <br />
The Gatekeeper butterfly (also called Hedge Brown) is orange with brown edges and two large brown 'eye spots' on its wings, which deflect the attacks of the birds, so it can keep open its wings when resting.<br />
Larvae feed on meadow grasses. The adults are feed primarily by nectar on flowers of blackberry, red clover, thistles, thyme, marjoram and water mint. - , Gatekeeper, butterfly, butterflies, male, males, animals, animal, Pyronia, tithonus, member, subfamily, Satyrinae, family, Nymphalidae, South, East, Britain, coastal, areas, area, southeast, Ireland, weather, gardens, garden, hedgerows, gateways, gateway, Hedge, Brown, orange, edges, edge, eye, spots, spot, wings, wing, birds, bird, larvae, meadow, grasses, grass, adults, adult, nectar, flowers, flower, blackberry, red, clover, thistles, thyme, marjoram, water, mint - The Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) is a member of the subfamily Satyrinae in the family Nymphalidae and most commonly found in South and East Britain, limited to coastal areas of south and southeast Ireland. The Gatekeeper prefer warmer weather and may be seen in the gardens along hedgerows, perched next to gateways. <br />
The Gatekeeper butterfly (also called Hedge Brown) is orange with brown edges and two large brown 'eye spots' on its wings, which deflect the attacks of the birds, so it can keep open its wings when resting.<br />
Larvae feed on meadow grasses. The adults are feed primarily by nectar on flowers of blackberry, red clover, thistles, thyme, marjoram and water mint. Solve free online Gatekeeper Butterfly Male puzzle games or send Gatekeeper Butterfly Male puzzle game greeting ecards  from puzzles-games.eu.. Gatekeeper Butterfly Male puzzle, puzzles, puzzles games, puzzles-games.eu, puzzle games, online puzzle games, free puzzle games, free online puzzle games, Gatekeeper Butterfly Male free puzzle game, Gatekeeper Butterfly Male online puzzle game, jigsaw puzzles, Gatekeeper Butterfly Male jigsaw puzzle, jigsaw puzzle games, jigsaw puzzles games, Gatekeeper Butterfly Male puzzle game ecard, puzzles games ecards, Gatekeeper Butterfly Male puzzle game greeting ecard

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Gatekeeper Butterfly Male - Description: - The Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) is a member of the subfamily Satyrinae in the family Nymphalidae and most commonly found in South and East Britain, limited to coastal areas of south and southeast Ireland. The Gatekeeper prefer warmer weather and may be seen in the gardens along hedgerows, perched next to gateways. <br />
The Gatekeeper butterfly (also called Hedge Brown) is orange with brown edges and two large brown 'eye spots' on its wings, which deflect the attacks of the birds, so it can keep open its wings when resting.<br />
Larvae feed on meadow grasses. The adults are feed primarily by nectar on flowers of blackberry, red clover, thistles, thyme, marjoram and water mint. Description: 
The Gatekeeper butterfly (Pyronia tithonus) is a member of the subfamily Satyrinae in the family Nymphalidae and most commonly found in South and East Britain, limited to coastal areas of south and southeast Ireland. The Gatekeeper prefer warmer weather and may be seen in the gardens along hedgerows, perched next to gateways.
The Gatekeeper butterfly (also called Hedge Brown) is orange with brown edges and two large brown 'eye spots' on its wings, which deflect the attacks of the birds, so it can keep open its wings when resting.
Larvae feed on meadow grasses. The adults are feed primarily by nectar on flowers of blackberry, red clover, thistles, thyme, marjoram and water mint.


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