Friday, March 31, 2017

Nature Fine Art Painting, Insect "QUESTION MARK BUTTERFLY" The Art of Nature, Fine Art by Mindy Lighthipe

The Question Mark Butterfly, Polygonia interrogationis, gets its name from the underside of the hindwings which have a pearly-white question mark. Caterpillar host plants include American and red elms; hackberry; hops; and nettles. Upon maturity, adult question mark butterflies will feed on rotting fruit, tree sap, carrion, and animal waste. Some adults will stay in the northern United States to hibernate, while others will migrate south.

6"x6" Watercolor on Paper/Available

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