Wednesday, April 16, 2008

More Butterflies!

A Pearl Crescent, with a bee riding piggyback

The Question Mark Butterfly is often confused with the Comma, but the Question Mark has an extra black spot on the forewing. This is a Question Mark.

A Silver Spotted Skipper

The Cabbage White is beautiful as a butterfly, but they are Evil as caterpillars!

A female Clouded Sulfur--See! Even in nature the girls wear Pink!

The size of this Eastern Tailed Blue is deceiving in this picture. It's wingspan is less than an inch!

Tennis Hopefuls--these Eastern Tailed Blues are "puddling" on this wet tennis ball.

Although it's not orange, this is an Orange Sulfur.

Here are a couple of great sites for identifying butterflies and other insects:

Bug Guide

What's That Bug?

1 comment:

  1. Awesome! Photographing butterflies is so, so, so difficult!


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