A Question Mark Revealed|
|May 6, 2012|
The question mark is a particularly striking butterfly, somewhere between being a large medium-size butterfly or a small large-size butterfly.
Although I had presented a question mark showing a question mark (from 2008), today's sequence is far better. The sequence also has the advantage of being a sequence, with the same butterfly in different poses, revealing its question mark.
First, here is an upper wing view, showing the topside pattern.
|In the next view, as the question mark raises its wings, its question mark starts to become apparent. (Hint: The white marking.)|
|The question mark of the question mark can be clearly seen in the following photo on the hind wing (the mark is resting on its side).|
It's a beautiful butterfly, complete with its very own question mark.
The other butterfly in the genus Angelwings is the comma.
Photo note: The photos were taken with the Pentax K20D and the Sigma 150-500mm lens on May 4, 2012.
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