The Juvenal’s Duskywing is a varied species of Skipper butterfly. A varied species found throughout eastern Canada and the U.S., to the southwestern U.S. in North American oak wooded areas. Eggs are green, then turn pink. Host plants are oaks. The caterpillar is light green with white specks, head is colored red, yellow, or orange.… Read More JUVENAL’S DUSKYWING
Mustard Whites (or Veined Whites) hindwing veins can range from light to heavy gray/brown scaling. They are found in woodlands and forest edges, in cool, moist places. Their host plants include crucifers which include mustards, cabbages, broccoli, turnips, cresses. This photo is from summer in northern Minnesota.
Here are a few of the Lepidoptera insects in my backyard.