White admiral butterfly (Limenits camilla) on bramble - Stock Image

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Limenitis camilla is a quite rare and endangered species in the Netherlands. The species underwent a steep decline during the 1990s, especially in the south of the country. At present, it is present in the provinces of Gelderland and Overijssel. The butterfly occurs in open, damp, deciduous woodland where it is in clearings and along rides, and also at the woodland edge where its larval food plant Lonicera periclimenum is growing. It usually flies in one generation from mid-June until the end of July and hibernates as half-grown caterpillar.

This Picture is made in 2008 in the eastern part of the Province of Gelderland.

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