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This Clouded Sulphur Butterfly was captured in my backyard (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA) having dinner on my butterfly bush in the early evening of 8.25.10.
The Common Sulphur Butterfly is commonly known as the Clouded Sulphur. Its habitats consist of mainly open spaces such as meadows, fields, parks, pastures. These butterflies are known to hybridize with the Orange Sulphur and produce several broods from March to December.
This image is also available at Shelley Neff at Fine Art America in a wide variety of framing and matting options.
Canon EOS Rebel T2i
Flash did not fire