April 26, 2016
This pale blue beauty fluttering along elfin creek.
I read in 'The Butterflies of Canada';
'It hibernates as a pupa , with the adult emerging in early spring.
The larvae feed on a wide variety of usually white-flowering trees and shrubs.'
And indeed close to where i spotted the butterfly, are high-bush cranberries (Viburnum) and red-osier dogwood (Cornus) and along the lake a little farther are blueberries (Vaccinium).
and April 24, 2017
blue china swamp, same place every time i went there for a few weeks.