Kärbtiib, Comma (Polygonia C-album)

“Comma” (Polygonia c-album) is indeed a species of butterfly found in Europe and Asia. It belongs to the Nymphalidae family and is known for its distinctive jagged wing edges and a white “C” shape marking on the underside of its hindwings, which gives it its common name. The Comma butterfly is quite fascinating due to its ability to hibernate over the winter months and its varied habitat preferences, which include woodland edges, gardens, and hedgerows. It’s also notable for its striking coloration and intricate wing patterns, making it a subject of interest for butterfly enthusiasts and researchers alike.

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