NIGERIA BUTTERFLIES PROJECT : JUNONIA STYGIA

NIGERIA BUTTERFLIES PROJECT : JUNONIA STYGIA

🇬🇧 Junonia stygia (Brown Pansy) is an African butterfly mostly found in disturbed areas of forests and in secondary areas with good shade. This butterfly was inventoried and photographed by entomologist Ekpah Ojonugwa in the Omo Biosphere Reserve in Nigeria. This inventory is carried out within the framework of the Nigeria Butterflies project (for more information visitContinue Reading NIGERIA BUTTERFLIES PROJECT : JUNONIA STYGIA

Discover butterflies in France : The Jersey Tiger

Discover butterflies in France : The Jersey Tiger

🇬🇧 The Jersey Tiger or Euplagia quadripunctaria (Poda, 1761) is a butterfly with the upper side of fore wings very characteristic black with transverse yellow bands. Do you remember the microscopic photo of butterfly wings? These scales belong to this species which has usually vermilion red hind wings with black spots. #papillon #papillons #butterfly #butterfliesContinue Reading Discover butterflies in France : The Jersey Tiger

Support the association by buying an ant t shirt

Support the association by buying an ant t shirt

🇬🇧Do you want to support💪 the association’s missions ➡️explore🕵️‍♀️, study👩‍💻, protect🦋 and raise awareness👥 for biodiversity protection ?By buying an ant organic t-shirt 🐜 € 5 will be donated to the association. Thank you very much for your support 🙏 #donate #don #association #ecologicalethics #organic #bio #tshirt

Association Forum of Saint-Aubin de Médoc (France)

Association Forum of Saint-Aubin de Médoc (France)

🇬🇧 Our Exploratory Ecology association participated in the Association Forum of Saint-Aubin de Médoc (France) on September 5th. Thank you to everyone who came to meet us at our stand. Next meeting: Join us on December 4-5 to discover our exhibition “Butterflies of today and tomorrow” as part of the Telethon. #association #saintaubindemedoc #france

Association of General scientific interest

Association of General scientific interest

🇬🇧 We are happy to announce that on August 3, 2020, the association was recognized by the French Republic of general interest and scientific research. #association #ong #ngo #nature #papillons #butterfly #biodiversite #biodiversity #france #saintaubindemedoc #research #scientific ©explorecology.com