Peggy C

Peggy C

Posted on 06/24/2014


Photo taken on June 24, 2014


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butterfly
Cabbage White
(Pieris rapae)
feeding on
Korean spice
Viburnum
tall stems
flower clusters
collage done in
PicMonkey
2014
PeggyC
Piedmont area
North Carolina USA


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Korean Spice nectar ..

Korean Spice nectar  ..
Common throughout North Carolina, Cabbage White (Pieris rapae) is one of our most familiar garden butterflies. This species was introduced from Europe, as were many of the members of the cabbage family that they feed on.

(from Carolina Nature website)

collage done in: www.picmonkey.com

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-- enjoying Korean Spice Viburnum
-- as do many of the pollinators

Blueman, William Sutherland have particularly liked this photo


11 comments - The latest ones
Dave Linscheid
Dave Linscheid
A well done butterfly collage.

www.ipernity.com/group/625815
4 years ago. Edited 4 years ago.
Dick M
Dick M
Very nice!
4 years ago.
Peggy C has replied to Dick M
.. thank you, Sir
4 years ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Brilliant !!

Cabbage White's were the flutterbys I great up with too !

Admired in ~ Butterflies ƸӜƷ Moths ƸӜƷ Caterpillars ~~~o

PS... forgot to say.. BEAUTIFUL COLLAGE !!!
4 years ago. Edited 4 years ago.
Peggy C has replied to Pam J
.. always love your visits & comments [ and you called it the same as I did ] - sent you a reg. email with a mini-rant. Some guy is trying to call it 2 different things - neither are in the State of North Carolina -- tempted to send him a virtual map :)
4 years ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Excellent collage!
4 years ago.
Peggy C has replied to William Sutherland
- thank you, William -- for this and the following comment...
4 years ago.
Blueman
Blueman
Beautiful follage
4 years ago.
Peggy C has replied to Blueman
- and a thank you, also ! Nice to see you ! That foliage is probably thicker than it should be, but waiting for the 'big guys' -- Tiger Swallowtails loved it last year ~
4 years ago.
J-d Welch
J-d Welch
Luvly capture and series!! 8 )
Admired in Butterflies ƸӜƷ Moths ƸӜƷ Caterpillars ~~~o
4 years ago.