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Loitering at the Lantana

When I was out in the front yard with Tucker this morning (who is now 7 months old) I saw a lovely Gulf Fritillary loitering around the Lantana.  This is a butterfly that practically begs to have its picture taken, … Continue reading

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A Fritillary Flower

This lovely Gulf Fritillary has been enjoying the front yard flowers for the past several days.  In this picture, you can’t see the red Zinnia he is perched upon – it looks more like the butterfly itself is the blossom! … Continue reading

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A Great Way To Start The Day

This Gulf Fritillary sat and sipped in the morning sun, and I stood and basked in its beauty. What a great way to start the day!

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Another Flower Feaster

As I’ve mentioned before, my front yard Lantana has become a favorite hangout for the neighborhood butterflies.  The most recent flower feaster was this stunning Gulf Fritillary. These guys have such a cool design – right down to their spotted eyeballs! The top … Continue reading

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A Fritillary Feast

Butterflies are abounding in my neighborhood right now! Yesterday, the Tiger Swallowtail was the center of attention; today, the Gulf Fritillary stole the show. I went on a walk with my daughter this afternoon (who happened to turn 19 today!) … Continue reading

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