North Land Butterflies/Superior Views

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Painted Lady

Painted Lady

Look carefully and you might see a new butterfly. It has been exciting to have eggs and monarch caterpillars on my swamp milkweed, and painted lady caterpillars on pearly everlasting plants.

Eyed-Brown

Eyed-Brown

In the past month I have been able to identify some new north land caterpillars and butterflies. Enjoy these pictures, but it is better to see the real thing rather than a picture!  Get outside and observe!

Monarch Caterpillars

Monarch Caterpillars

Painted Lady eggs and caterpillars on the pearly everlasting

Painted Lady eggs and caterpillars on the pearly everlasting

Two Atlantis Fritillary on bee balm

Two Atlantis Fritillary on bee balm

Grey Comma, a dull name for a butterfly  beauty

Grey Comma, a dull name for a butterfly beauty

Common Wood-nymph

Common Wood-nymph(wikepedia)

 

 

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