Common Sulfur

Common Sulfur
The Common Sulfur is one of our most ubiquitous butterflies and can be seen along roadsides, in meadows, gardens, and just about everywhere. The larvae feed on clover, vetch, lupine, alfalfa, and related leguminous plants; there are 3 broods per year.

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March 11, 2008