Common blue butterfly on buttercup - notelet (A6)
ON THE BACK:
The common blue is widely distributed throughout the British Isles. This is largely due to its caterpillars feeding on plants that are similarly widespread (the plants are all members of the pea family and include bird’s-foot-trefoil and clover). The bright blue colour of the male is not a pigment but is produced by the diffraction of light by thousands of small scales which absorb all the colours of the spectrum other than blue.
A6 notelet (approx 15cm x 11cm) printed on carbon captured paper (supporting the Woodland Trust) supplied with a ribbed kraft brown envelope in a compostable wrapper.
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