Spent yesterday on Krk looking at moths and butterflies and spent the whole of today travelling to the Austrian alps.
I've found the entomology difficult when I got down to the Adriatic/Mediterranean so will need to work on identifications when I get more time. Had a major haul of moths in the trap at the back of the campsite including micros where I didn't even know where to start.
In the meanwhile here are a few photos of some distinctive ones - please feel free to comment if you know the identifications.
Rhodostrophia tabidaria - one of the Rose-banded Waves
Carocala nymphaea on left and Oak Yellow Underwing - these were abundant in the decidous and evergreen Oaks behind the campsite
Purple Hairstreak- loads of these in the Holm and deciduous Oaks behind the campsite
Marbled White - a dark form (procida)
Fritillaries to identify (above and belows) . Closest I can get to this one (above and below) is Noble Fritillary.
Fritillary sp? Going for Spotted Fritillary on this one.
I don't even know what order this is in!?