The male of Apatura ilia resembles the male of the Purple Emperor (Apatura iris). A different form of Apatura ilia is Apatura ilia f. clytie. This variety has reddish spots and bands instead of white. These butterflies can be found on the edges of forests and near mountain streams from June to August. Caterpillars feed on Populus and Salix.
The Low Beskid - Shore of Black Creek - Rymanow Zdroj - July, 2008.
Page Scores range from 0% to 100%. The higher the score, the higher the perceived quality of the image. Score is not a simple average of votes, but takes into account the number of votes and the power of the voters.
For every object, a hit is registered each time the object's main page is viewed. A user's hits are the sum of all the hits on the objects he or she owns.