Month: July 2019

The Bright Copper (Paralucia aurifera)

The Bright Copper (Paralucia aurifera) is a common and very colourful butterfly, yet it is so easily overlooked that I doubt many Australians who venture into bushland areas have even noticed it.  Bright Coppers are to be found in bushland where its thorny foodplant Bursaria spinosa grows; Cumberland Plain Woodland is ideal habitat. This type …

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June 2019 : Butterflying around West Kelowna

In June 2019 my wife and I spent around 8 days at West Kelowna in British Columbia, Canada. It was just a short trip to attend a family wedding (which was great by the way), but I took my camera along just in case I got any opportunities to go butterhiking. Naturally family events took …

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