A Battered Long-winged Tiger Butterfly Visiting my Garden [EN] // Una Maltratada Mariposa Tigre de Alas Largas de Visita en mi Jardín [ES]

in Fascinating Insects2 months ago
This afternoon My Mathias ran into the house, asking me to save a butterfly that was in the pomegranate tree, so small and so noble my baby, he was telling me that it was missing a wing and that this way it would not be able to fly, the truth is that at first I thought that it was a butterfly that we had seen a few days ago and that it is still in one of the trees of the garden, already dry, because of the days that it has to die there.



These days I've been seeing a lot of Long Winged Passionate Butterflies, because the passion fruit tree next door has wrapped my lemon tree, which doesn't bother me at all, although I hope that the caterpillars that will surely be eating this passion fruit plant in a few days, won't damage my lemon tree.



For a moment I thought it was a newly wounded Passion Fruit, however, this is a Long Winged Tiger Butterfly - Euides Isabella, and just like the Long Winged Passion Fruit, its larvae also feed on passion fruit plants, it is native to America and we can find it, from Mexico, to the Amazon Basin, and the truth is that it is very similar to the Monarch.



There is really very little information that I can get from these little ones that go from 6 to 8 centimeters with their wings extended. This poor little butterfly was perched on the pomegranate tree for a long time and after a while flapping its wings, although I find it hard to believe, it simply took flight and staggered away, this is something that really left me very surprised, because I thought that like other butterflies this one would also perish in the tree.


Images of my property, taken with the camera of my Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S Edited with Snapseed and GifShop.

Thank you for taking the time to read this publication, if you have any questions, criticisms or suggestions, I would appreciate it if you put them in the comment box, and remember, you too can make magic in the kitchen wherever you go!

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Esta tarde Mi Mathias entro corriendo a la casa, pidiéndome que salvara una mariposa que estaba en el árbol de granadas, tan pequeño y tan noble mi bebe, me decía que le faltaba un ala y que así no podría volar, la verdad es que en principio pensé que era una mariposa que hace unos días habíamos visto y que aún está en uno de los árboles del jardín, ya seca, por los días que tiene que allí murió.



Estos días he estado viendo muchas mariposas Pasionarias de Alas Largas, pues el árbol de maracuyás de la casa de al lado ha arropado mi árbol de limón, lo cual no me molesta en lo absoluto, aunque espero que las orugas que seguramente estarán comiéndose en unos días esta planta de maracuyá, no dañen mi árbol de limón.



Por un instante pensé que era una Pasionaria nuevamente herida, sin embargo, esta es una Mariposa Tigre de Alas Largas - Euides Isabella, y que al igual que las pasionarias de alas largas, sus larvas también se alimentan de las plantas de maracuyá, es originaria de América y la podemos encontrar, desde México, hasta la Cuenca del Amazonas, y la verdad es que es muy similar a la Monarca.



Realmente es poca la información que logre conseguir de estas pequeñas que van desde los 6 a 8 centímetros con sus alas extendidas. Esta pobre mariposita estuvo largo rato posada sobre el árbol de granadas y luego de un rato agitando sus alas, aunque me costó creerlo, simplemente alzo vuelo y tambaleando se fue alejando, esto es algo que realmente me dejo muy asombrada, pues pensé que al igual que otras mariposas esta también perecería en el árbol.



Imágenes de mi propiedad, tomadas con la cámara de mi Xiaomi Redmi Note 9S Editadas con Snapseed y GifShop.

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Woooow, those colors! What a treat to find such a creature in your garden 🦋

That's right, it's lucky really, I love it, even though this poor little friend doesn't think she's gotten very far!

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¡Saludos!ciertamente ser mariposa, vivir tan poco tiempo-según nosotros- parecería tal vez patético.Sin embargo, miremos su empeño en volar ¡Volar! Y siempre volar!
Acordémonos que son el resultado fabuloso, de una mágica transformación.