Marsh Fritillary (above and below) showing the black post discal spots
Glanville Fritillary- another common fritillary in the area with black spots in the post discal band. This individual is heavily marked and quite dark so probably a female. The underwing markings (below) are much more prominent than Marsh Fritillary with black spots in the contrasting discal band
Star of Bethlehem
Meadow Clary Salvia pratensis- a distinctive plant in the campsite meadow.
Common Milkwort (pink form) (presumed)
View from the campsite over the organic farm and meadows
The Postojna Cave- a world famous karst cave system with enormous chambers and karst features. Karst landscape characterises this part of Slovenia.
The Olm (Captive)- a blind salamander, one of the 115 species of cave species that have been described at Postojna Cave. Great to see the Olm has been turned into a major tourist attraction at Postojna with Olm toys, statues, Olm cafes and souvenirs- surely not many salamanders are such celebs?