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New Hampshire (NH) Butterfly Photos: Great Spangled Fritillary, Aphrodite Fritillary, Monarch & Painted Lady
Winter 2019-2020

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New Hampshire (NH) Butterfly Photos

Garden centers are wonderful places to observe butterflies. This Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele) was photographed at Murray Farms in Penacook, NH on 9-8-05.

(Click on any photo for a larger image.)
Also that day at Murray Farms, our lens caught this Aphrodite Fritillary (Speyeria aphrodite) posing.
This shot, and those following, were captured at Springledge Farm in New London, NH, October 6, 2005. This is the famed Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus).
Another view of the Monarch. It surprised us, the difference in the 'inside' coloration of the wings vs. the 'outside'. Notice the prominent black spot on one of the fine lines on each of the Monarch's hind wings. This is a scent patch that only males feature.
This butterfly is a Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui). Individuals can vary widely in their colorations.

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All Photography Copyright by George C. Jobel - All Rights Reserved
Special thanks to Lindsay Herlihy, Volunteer Naturalist at the Audubon Society of NH
who helped us with the butterfly identifications.
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