Little Yellow (Pyrisitia lisa) - yesterday

Yesterday was a decent working day for butterflies but pitiful for odes – i.e. the odes year is 99% around listed here. Very little Yellow’s are uncommon listed here and never appear every 12 months but it’s been a fantastic month for them. They look like tiny Sleepy Orange’s and like to hide down in the tiny asters. Other butterflies noticed at residence and at the wetlands:

Monarch
Very little Yellows
Cloudless sulphur
Gulf fritillaries
Viceroys
Pearl crescents
Buckeyes
Checkered-fiery-clouded skippers

Odes:
Blue-confronted meadowhawks – mating
two distant darners
a person Wandering glider
boo-hoo

Posted by Vicki’s Character on 2014-ten-18 11:46:29

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