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Cloudless Visitor ~ Saturday Critters

Sharing a butterfly from days gone by. This yellow sulphur was enjoying my deck Lantana blooms. They should return any day now to my garden. The sulphur butterflies are very common here in the US.

The cloudless sulphur is widspread in the southern United States, and it strays northward to Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and New Jersey, and even into Canada. It is also found southward through South America to Argentina and in the West Indies.

One of my favorite little things I enjoy the most this time of year are the butterflies.

©CarolDM

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  1. Great picture — I have made a point of photographing every butterfly that visits my yard. Well, I mean a picture of each type. Not every single one. I saw a swallowtail in my blackberry bushes one day and ran fro my camera while a visitor was in mid sentence. At first they didn’t realize what was happening. Butterflies and dragonflies and maiden flies have taken the most effort.
    Have a great day!

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