White Peacock Butterfly.
Photograph - Digital
White peacock butterflies are very common in Central Florida. The males are very territorial, protecting areas perhaps 45 feet in diameter that contain food for their young. They will find a perch and aggressively protect the area from other insects and male rivals. They have a wingspan of 2.75 inches.
July 18th, 2012
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