Day 197: April 10, 2005 - Butterflies (or Moth) and Lizards

by Karen Williams
At first glance, I thought this Moth, positioned perfectly in the sunlight against the shadows was posing as a Monarch Butterfly. But on closer inspection, it's antenae were not like those on a typical moth. After a bit of research, but no answer, I decided I was happy with the ambiguity. It looks like a Butterfly, similar to a Monarch Butterfly, but since it's not, I'll assume it's a Moth.

by Karen WilliamsI just love the sly grin on every lizard's face as he stares at you, wondering if he should stay perfectly still or run for his life.

1 comment:

Robert said...

Painted Lady butterfly

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