Thursday Thirteen! – Paige Tyler – New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

Thursday Thirteen!

Thirteen Kinds of Butterflies!


1. Common Checkered Skipper


2. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


3. Green Comma


4. Gulf Fritillary


5. Monarch


6. Painted Lady


7. Question Mark


8. Red Admiral


9. Red-spotted Purple


10. Spicebush Swallowtail


11. Viceroy


12. Zebra Longwing


13. Zebra Swallowtail

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13 comments
Inez Kelley says May 13, 2010

Gorgeous butterflies!

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Megan Rose says May 13, 2010

I love butterflies Paige. They're so delicate and beautiful. Have a wonderful Thursday.

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Alice Audrey says May 13, 2010

It's fun seeing how the names and looks line up and compare between one butterfly and the next.

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Peach says May 13, 2010

Beautiful pictures!

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Kimberly Menozzi says May 13, 2010

When I was little, I was *terrified* of butterflies. The way they fluttered made me soooo nervous! LOL!

Now I just think they're beautiful. Great post!

Happy TT!

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A. Catherine Noon says May 13, 2010

I love how the Green Comma is orange. 🙂 They are all beautiful! I love the painted lady; I think that's my favorite.

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Elise Logan says May 13, 2010

so pretty! we get lots of tiger swallowtails and painted ladies here. lots and lots. *happy*

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Heather says May 13, 2010

Love butterflies – numbers 10 and 12 are always faves at Olbrich's annual "Blooming Butterflies" exhibit.

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Shelley Munro says May 13, 2010

I only knew the monarch. We don't seem to have many butterflies down here.

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Tatiana Caldwell says May 13, 2010

Very pretty. The only bugs I tolerate!

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Sasha Devlin says May 14, 2010

So pretty, pretty. I don't think I could ever learn to tell them apart. I get distracted by all the colors.

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Jennifer Leeland says May 14, 2010

Ooooh I love these!!!! Great job, Paige.

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Adelle Laudan says May 14, 2010

Gorgeous. There's a great Butterfly Conservatory in Niagara Falls. It's so cool seeing them all up close and personal like. Great list. Happy T13!

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