Saturday, May 29, 2010
Orange Bushbrown Butterfly - Mycalesis terminus
Sooo many butterflies around now and this is one of our more common smaller species - the Orange Bushbrown (although this one doesn't look very orange!).
They are only found along the coastal strip of far north Queensland, often on clumps of blady grass like this, and they will often sit for long periods sipping juice from fallen fruit.
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