June 10, 2017

In nature nothing goes to waste.

Not even waste.
This Eastern Tiger Swallowtail butterfly was on the road at Rondeau Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada.

Not sure what type of scat, such a polite word for poop, it was but there were half a dozen butterflies on it at one point.

Papilio glaucus
This unique species of swallowtail is a quick and strong flier, gliding when able. The males are a bright yellow, while the females can exhibit two different color forms; yellow and black and black and blue. The darker form is more common in the southern states.
source Garden with Wings.

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