A photo blog connecting life and the natural world in and beyond the garden.
The Male of the species has a yellow band near the edge of his wings while the female has a row of yellow spots and her hindwing has an iridescent blue band.
A very nice story with pictures.
Very interesting, and such a great sequence…… thanks for this posting.. quite educational!
I plant fennel, just for them
…I’m not very fond of worms or caterpillars but I leave them alone knowing that they’ll turn into butterflies. Nice photos! (err….the butterflies of course) haha
Love that black, black butterfly…wonderful.
How incredible that you captured the whole process!
Fantastic sequence and great close-ups!!
I thought of you on Saturday while I was at the zoo, we went into the butterfly house and all I could think of was all the butterflies you have been photographing.
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