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Butterfly On The Rocks   Leave a comment

Arizona Sister Butterfly (08/16/13) — Image by kenne

In deep shady canyons within the Sonoran Desert and more commonly at higher elevations the Arizona Sister
is a common and welcome sight. The caterpillars use a variety of oak species as a host plant.
In the photo at left there are two adult Arizona Sister butterflies drawing sap from a wound in the trunk
of an old oak tree. A closer look will also reveal two additional butterflies, well camouflaged.
The two are Asterocampa leilia, Desert Hackberry Butterfly.

Stealth Butterfly   Leave a comment

SCVN Nature Walk 08-15-12, Marshall GulchArizona Sister Butterfly in Stealth Mode — Image by kenne

“Sweet freedom whispered in my ear
You’re a butterfly
And butterflies are free to fly
Fly away, high away bye bye”

— from “Someone Saved My Life Tonight” by Bernie Taupin / Elton John

Arizona Sister Butterfly On A Rock   1 comment

Arizona Sister (1 of 1) art blogArizona Sister Butterfly — Photo-Artistry by kenne

Art is much less important than life,
but what a poor life without it.

— Robert Motherwell

Capturing The Moment — Arizona Sister Butterfly   1 comment

Arizona Sister (1 of 1)-2 blog framed

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Arizona Sister (1 of 1) blog framedArizona Sister Butterfly — Images by kenne

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