Monday, August 7, 2017

Cloudless Sulphur on Queen Anne's Lace

This small Phoebis Sennae butterfly, known by it's rock star name 'Cloudless Sulphur', feeds off the flowers of Queen Anne's Lace in the late afternoon summer. Queen Anne's Lace is a fancy name for a wild carrot, with most of the plant being edible. And Cloudless Sulfur is about the coolest butterfly name I've heard of. If I had any musical chops, I would name my band this. Carl Kohler Park, Horsham PA-USA

This is part of my Butterflies and Moths collection on RedBubble, available in:

Cloudless Sulphur on Queen Anne's Lace is also available on dlamb photography as cards, prints and framed pieces.

It is also available @ 500px  for digital download and licensing.

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