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Posted: August 24, 2016 in Butterflies and Moths, Natural History
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This attractive butterfly is common in England and Wales and is one of the few species which is expanding its range over recent years.

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The colouring and shaping of the wings provide excellent camouflage giving it the appearance of a withered brown leaf, particularly when hibernating on tree trunks.

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