Gotta be one of the smartest underwings and indicative of a female.
Giving a glimpse of the black and white chequering (and I'll come back to that proboscis!!)
Eventually a couple of full upperwing shots - not exactly easy with a wire fence and grassy vegetation in the way!!
Now the interesting bit and one I'd never seen before. On emergence the butterfly proboscis is in two halves and needs to develop into a feeding canal which normally 'zips' itself together to form a tube through which it can take nectar. This individual may not have developed correctly and is left with a forked proboscis and unless it can realign quickly, probably doomed?
Whatever, a fantastic fresh individual which was flying free for at least its first day on the wing...