Glad to be able to report the butterflies were “back” in the park yesterday.
The ones in these pictures are Small Tortoiseshell (Nässelfjäril) and Common Brimstone (Citronfjäril). Unfortunately the latter never settle with the wings spread. Hanging from the flowers they’re often hard to distinguish from surrounding leaves. Flying about the males are bright yellow (therefore in Swedish have a name that translates Lemon Butterfly).
Today it’s raining, and I’m playing with the butterflies on the computer instead of in the park.