Mexican Fritillary on Mahogany Milkweed — Butterflies In Love   2 comments

Three Mexican Fritillary Butterflies On Mahogany Milkweed.
 Now There’s Four Sharing the Blossoms with Ants.
 Can You Count the Ants?
 These images were captured on Mt. Lemmon, Arizona.
These Mexican Fritillary butterflies and ants love the  Mahogany Milkweed nectar. — Images by kenne

Butterflies in love

Courting the mountain milkweed

Drinking loves nectar

kenne

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2 responses to “Mexican Fritillary on Mahogany Milkweed — Butterflies In Love

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  1. These photos turned out really nice.

    Like

  2. Pingback: Three Butterflies And The Golden Drewdrop. « the unbearable lightness of being me.

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