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Fall Butterflies in Houston
October 6, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

Last week I gave a workshop/lecture at the Houston Arboretum about “Butterflies of Houston.”  I had not chosen the title, and confess I was a little nervous about the emphasis – I can hold my own talking about butterflies in general, and especially about Central American butterflies, but I am not an “expert” on the […]

Texas’ most-viewed butterfly: Buttery Sulphurs
July 28, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

One of the most often-viewed butterflies in Texas is the Sulphur Butterfly.  Even if you haven’t seen any Monarchs, Swallowtails, Pipevines or Zebras you are sure to have seen the sulphurs. When first viewed by observers, this species of butterfly was referred to as having a buttery coloration.  In fact, it is believed that this […]



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