Butterflies, White Lake

When I see drab flying insects, I think “Moth.” I expect butterflies to be more colourful, somehow. But the white one is a cabbage white, apparently, and the brown one might be a northern cloudywing. Both butterflies. Not moths.

Colage of 2 butterfly species in Ontario

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4 Responses to Butterflies, White Lake

  1. Judith says:

    Beautiful photos and beautiful presentation. Thanks for bringing us to nose-length views!

  2. Ralph Gibson says:

    Charismatic minifauna !

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Ralph – 🙂 They’re more interesting, I find, the more closely I look at them.

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