3.26.2005

White M Hairstreak Posted by Hello

3 comments:

chryscat said...

Oh Look! This is lovely. It's innards are still innards. And it's outtards haven't been tampered with.
This butterfly doesn't know how good it's got it. Show it the picture of the crayfish chunks.
Grins*

swamp4me said...

It has some truly beautiful "outtards" when you see it fly. The top sides of its wings are a brilliant blue, but the color is only visible in flight. Unless, of course, you catch it, kill it, and pin it -- which, needless to say, is something I am NOT going to do. BTW, its scientific name is Parrhasius m-album.

chryscat said...

Now you're just showing off with the italics
Grins*