Butterflies of Islamabad – Blue Pansy

Butterflies of Islamabad – Blue Pansy. My first series of butterflies and that is of those butterflies i captured in Islamabad, Pakistan. Other series will be butterflies of lahore, pakistan in which i will show you at least 10 butterflies which i captured in lahore.

The first one is blue pansy with scientific name Junonia orithya. It is native to Africa and south east Asia.
Blue Pansy butterfly
I captured it in Rose and Jasmine garden Islamabad. I did not find it in lahore. It was captured in early winter so chances are there it migrated from the upper hills areas. It is sun loving species and found mostly on dirt, grass and other open areas.
Blue Pansy butterfly Blue argus

In Australia this butterfly is known as the Blue Argus. Although it is a common butterfly of Pakistan, i am yet to find it in lahore.
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  1. fer says:

    Very beautiful! love the blue shades

  2. Butterflies are just downright cool! Love those patterns of color!

  3. Karen says:

    Gorgeous photos.

  4. pam says:

    Great photos…that butterfly looks like it’s been hand painted.

  5. O how fascinating and beautiful! The colour looks as if it has been dusted on the wings!

  6. Maaike says:

    a beautiful butterfly!
    happy new year!

  7. Bom says:

    What an interesting pattern. The blue and brown are an unusual combination with a sort of earthy look but does not detract from the butterflies beauty.

  8. HOOTIN' ANNI says:

    Incredible photos!!! So pretty and the photos are so very impressive.

    My macro is now posted. I do hope you can stop by to visit.

  9. GrandmaK says:

    Isn’t she just gorgeous!!!! Well done! Cathy

  10. EG Wow says:

    Such a pretty butterfly! Chasing butterflies with my lens is one of my favourite summer activities. 🙂

  11. LauraX says:

    this is gorgeous…thank you for taking us so close to this beautiful butterfly!

  12. I’m looking forward to the series on butterflies! The post today reminds me of my native Missouri butterfly, the Common Buckeye. Can’t wait to see more!

  13. Colleen says:

    He’s a beauty! Great shot.

  14. Wow..what a magnificent creature!! Beautiful shots..you always have much beauty to share here!

    and yes..if you ever have any posts in Blue you are very welcome to send me a link I will gladly add it in the list!
    Kiki~

  15. Eve says:

    Wouldn’t it be wonderful to be able to see each and every butterfly of the world! This one is a beauty! Thanks for visiting my blog Muhammad!

  16. tinyplot says:

    Hi there – what amazing photographs! I’ve been scrolling through them, completely hypnotised! Thanks so much for visiting my blog and happy new year.

  17. Martin Neill says:

    Thank you for your encouraging comments on my new blog. Yours is very good too!

  18. Kathrin says:

    The pictures from the butterflies are very nice. How did you do that?

    Greetings Kathrin

  19. Gorgeous butterfly and spectacular photography. Love it.

  20. Lovely photos throughout! What a fascinating blog. Thanks for calling by mine.

  21. Greetings, I am the one with a blog ‘as far as burkina’.

    Not that is makes any difference, but what was your grade in geography?

    I noticed that butterflies, dragonflies, damsells were a hit in 2010 down Indonesia and India..

    Until then…

  22. Kala says:

    Absolutely beautiful detail and color of those wings!

  23. Lovely capture. You got in nice and close to see all its beautiful colours.

  24. Alistair says:

    Great photos, you have encouraged me to try and get some butterfly shots this coming Summer.

  25. Malar says:

    Such a beautiful butterfly! You must be a great photograper to take all this photos! Thanks for dropping by my blog!

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