This blog is an eclectic mix of orchid culture, tropical fish keeping and Amazon parrot behavior. It also has stories just about anything I find interesting. Este blog es una mezcla eclectica del cultivo de las orquideas, el cuidado de los peces tropicales y el comportamiento de las cotorras Amazona. Tambien tiene historias de todo lo que encuentro interesante.
Many years ago somebody told me never to leave my camera behind because you never knew when the opportunity to take an amazing, beautiful, odd or strange photo would arise. I took this advice to heart and now I rarely go anywhere without my camera. The photos of this butterfly are an example of an unexpected find. I just by chance happened to be in the right place to take these photos.
Adelpha gelania arecosa is a butterfly that has been reported in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. Subspecies arecosa is endemic of Puerto Rico. These butterflies were photographed in Quebradillas, it is also found in Cambalache, Maricao and Toro Negro.
I have this plant so that as I pass the shadehouse in the morning, when I leave for work, I can see if it has flowers. The flow...