Flying Now

Pholisora catullusThe Common Sootywing (Pholisora catullus). A tiny — wingspan is less than an inch — fluttery butterfly, that looks black from a distance, but up close is revealed to be a rich brown.

2 Responses to “Flying Now”


  1. 1 Elizabeth August 9, 2013 at 9:46 pm

    They seem to like my co-op’s herb garden – have been showing up there for a couple months.


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