Flying colours

Butterflies and honeybees are making their presence known again after Hurricane Irma. Swarms of both winged creatures have can be found throughout the island concentrated around the bright coralita vine flowers. The Great Southern White (Ascia monuste) is one of the commonest butterflies on the island. Depending on where the coralita blossoms are most abundant, the butterflies appear like confetti continuously falling from the sky as they flit from flower to flower. (Alita Singh photo) 

Source: The Daily Herald