Painted Lady Butterfly History
The painted lady butterfly is popular among garden butterflies, this beautiful lady can be identified by pale orange on the upper wing tip, blacktips can be found on forewings marked with spots that are white. Blue eyespots can be found on the undersides while rows of black spots can be seen on the hinder wings.
It’s estimated that their population is around 420,841, the reason for this number is that during all seasons even during the winter months they spend their time mating even as they migrate. The painted lady butterfly travels thousands of miles northward during spring across the Mediterranean from Africa to Britain as they make their way toward Europe.
The natural habitat of the painted lady butterfly includes flower meadows, hilly countrysides, clover fields, sunny places, disturbed areas, roadside, and dry open areas. Their main enemies ( larva of the painted lady butterfly) are birds, spiders ants, and wasps, to defend themselves this lady takes to flight or camouflages itself.
These butterflies are fun to grow and care for as you get a close-up of their lifecycle, adults, as well as children, can watch as nature uncovers this fascinating event in the life of this lady with the painted lady butterfly kit instruction. This guide is so easy to follow as you rare this butterfly from the comfort of your home. If your desire is to grow and care for this lady then continue reading as you enter the exciting world of the painted lady butterfly.
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