|Small Copper Lycaena phlaeas|
|Snape Marshes, Suffolk,
September 2010 The Small Copper is distributed throughout most of the British Isles and Europe. It is found in open habitats.
It is a small, sun-loving and very active butterfly usually seen between April and October. There are usually 3 broods per summer in England.
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