Recent Butterflies

Though I’m not seeing as many as last June, the variety of butterflies is slowly expanding in my garden. We got almost no rain in May and now it rains every afternoon, which is normal for rainy season, but if anything different this June it is maybe more rain than last year, which may or may not affect the number of butterflies. And I’m also getting fewer birds. Here’s photos of 5 different species seen in the last week.

Dina Yellow, Atenas, Costa Rica
One of the Skippers I haven’t identified yet, Atenas, Costa Rica.
Rounded Metalmark, Atenas, Costa Rica
Probably a Brown Longtail Skipper, Atenas, Costa Rica.
Unidentified Moth, Atenas, Costa Rica.

See my CR Butterflies & Moths Galleries.

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