Random Photo From Work: Taylor’s Checkerspot

A Taylor's checkerspot rests on a flowering pear tree. The adult butterflies emerge for a brief frenzy of feeding, mating and pollinating for a few weeks each year in April and May before laying eggs for the next generation and dying off.   (Andy Cripe | Corvallis Gazette-Times)

A Taylor’s checkerspot rests on a flowering pear tree. The adult butterflies emerge for a brief frenzy of feeding, mating and pollinating for a few weeks each year in April and May before laying eggs for the next generation and dying off. (Andy Cripe | Corvallis Gazette-Times)

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