|Photo by Ned Harris 2/11/2015|
Sara Orangetip (male) nectaring on Wolfberry (Lycium exsertum) flower. You're sure to ask: "How do you know that's a male butterfly?" My answer: "Fred said." And Fred Heath knows butterflies.
|Photo by Marty Horowitz 2/11/2015|
Queen nectaring on Wolfberry (Lycium exsertum) flower. Wolfberry is in the Nightshade family; fruits look like very mini-tomatoes. And they are edible. As with all things you find outside, don't make haste to taste, unless you know what you are doing.