Monday, 24 November 2014

The Butterfly Valley of Turkey

The valley is situated at the foothill of Babadag. A wide-strip sand shoreline at a sound on the Turkish Riviera distends from the valley. As a thin ravine extending over around 3–4 km.

The Butterfly valley, rich in flora and fauna, takes its name from the large number of butterfly species found here. Scientists recorded some 147 flora species belonging to 54 families and 105 butterfly species from 15 families native to the valley.

The butterfly species include the Jersey tiger (Euplagia quadripunctaria rhodosensis). Butterfies of many varieties in a wide range of colors can be observed in the valley between June and September.

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