Mr. R. and I have kept up with our walking on most days, and really are enjoying our forays into the National Park. There, a few days ago, this
Australian Admiral female Common Brown (Heteronympha merope) butterfly landed long enough for a photo. I’d already walked about 3 kms, so wasn’t interested in traipsing after it!
Updated after I found the right butterfly at the Butterfly House website. I discovered: ‘The adults, like those of many NYMPHALIDAE, have only 4 legs. ‘ Huh? So some have six? Must take notice, next time.
Thanks for looking. Stay safe.