Saturday, April 20, 2019

The Question Mark Butterfly

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The Question Mark Butterfly

With the arrival of Spring, I've been able to work outside and begin my 2019 garden.  I was doing some edging (sometimes the grass creeps in and shortens the size of my garden - I have to reclaim the lost land).  Anyway, I spotted this bright orange butterfly.  It was totally different from the orange of a Monarch and I'm thankful that I was able to snap a few photos.  After some online research I discovered that this species is called: The Question Mark Butterfly (or Polygonia interrogationis).  It lives in wooded areas, which is exactly where I saw this beauty.

Click on the following titles to view other butterflies that I've captured in my garden (previous years):
Find the Crawlers & Critters
Bees & Butterflies Love Sunflowers


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