He or shehe most definitely is.I don't know what kind, but I thought he or she was pretty.:smile:
Sam, looks like a red-spotted purple (Limenitis arthemis):smile:I don't know what kind, but I thought he or she was pretty.:smile:
:smile:Thank you Bob! I knew if I posted it like that I could find out what kind it was here. I need to remember that one. We don't see too many of those kind around here though. We mostly see the monarchs and whatever kind the yellow butterflies are in this area. I'll be glad to see the season change so I can see them flying around again. I've had enough of Winter now. :smile:Sam, looks like a red-spotted purple (Limenitis arthemis):smile:
:smile:He looks like a mean one Bob! A real multitasker! You could probably use him as a can opener too!:biggrin::biggrin::smile:This one flys, crawls, catches, kills, and eats other insects and bugs:biggrin:
:biggrin:I laugh, but only because I know it did no permanent damage.:biggrin:This one flies. Falls out of the sky and goes down the back of a shirt. Gets sat on, bites, and then beat the heck out of.
:biggrin::biggrin: Tom, I remember you telling me about this one a while back. But I got to tell ya, I have really laughed at the colorful way you've described him here. I'm really glad you came out the last man standin' :biggrin::biggrin:This one flies. Falls out of the sky and goes down the back of a shirt. Gets sat on, bites, and then beat the heck out of.