A Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly


The last cloudless sulphur butterfly (Phoebis sennae eubule) I saw was on September 29.


It preferred the red salvia flowers.

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They migrate north through the summer to breed and return to the south in the fall. This translates into their numbers varying yearly.

5 responses to this post.

  1. Interesting name. I wonder where ‘cloudless’ came from. Nice shots!


  2. Lovely.


  3. Beautiful images of this lovely butterfly.


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