I took this photo while in the
Dunsmuir Botanical Garden.
I know it's not a Monarch Butterfly.
Does anyone know what kind it is?
Have a lovely day!
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That's a good capture I think it's a flitter flatter butterfly ;-)ReplyDelete
Have a safetastic week Kathe 😷😷😷
I don't know what sort it is because we have different butterflies here, but it is very pretty.ReplyDelete
Definitely not a monarch, or a viceroy, or, actually, any butterfly I know. Not that I know too many. You can try a site called butterfly conservation(dot) org (without the spaces) Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.comReplyDelete
We don't know much about butterflies but we have seen many pretty ones flying around recently.ReplyDelete
I don't know, but it sure is beautiful. I'm guessing someone will know.ReplyDelete
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I don't know what kind of butterfly it is but it is pretty.ReplyDelete
I don't know, but it's sure a pretty one!ReplyDelete
Ohhh how timely I'm currently doing a word search about butterfliesReplyDelete
this is a pretty one.
I have no idea. The markings almost mirror identically from one wing to the other - so cool!
Very pretty, whatever it is.ReplyDelete
My hubby looked it up in his book and it is either a Weidemeyer's Admiral or Lorquin's Admiral.ReplyDelete
I do not know but I sure do enjoy butterflies. Thanks for sharing and capturing a lovely photo. Have a great weekend. HUGS across the miles xoReplyDelete
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