Ah, the Harvester Butterfly. Undeniably one of my favorite butterflies.
This teeny, tiny butterfly is usually found on gravel covered trails that are close to running creeks or streams.
You spot a very small flier, approach slowly, and when you are close enough to make-out wing detail, you conclude with certainty, Ah, a Harvester!
They are usually loners and once you have successfully approached one, it will allow you to watch it.
Those wings! I love the rich coffee brown broken up by their almost haphazard white rings.
And those elfin eyes. Oops, I’d better stop here.
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