|April 3, 2015 Caddo Trail|
Pulled out one of my favorite butterfly books, The Life Cycles of Butterflies, by Judy Burris and Wayne Richards. By the way, it's a very family friendly book. Turns out:
Question Marks emerge from their chrysalises in the fall and spend the winter as inactive adults, hiding in woodpiles or under loose tree bark until spring.
|November 3, 2013 Rowlett Creek Trail|
What does a Question Mark look like on a good day, after a mani-pedi?
These photos were taken on the Spring Creek Trail in Richardson (trail parking at 75 & Renner) April 10, 2012. The Question Marks look much fresher, so they must be a new generation: