Fall Flutterers

Monarch butterflies haven’t been as numerous as they have in previous years.

Silver-spotted skippers have a white spot on the underside of their hindwings, and American painted ladies have four smaller spots on underside of their hindwings.

A Sachem skipper is in the right side of the picture, and two painted lady butterflies on the left.

This picture was taken closer to the butterfly and shows the intricate design of the painted lady.

The red circle easily identifies the red admiral butterfly.And last, but not least, is the common Monarch butterfly.




2 responses to this post.

  1. Beautiful, stunning pictures.


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