Butterflies on Grasses

Skipper butterflies lay eggs on grasses and the larvae require grasses for food to complete their life cycle. Although these butterflies are small, they are numerous and fun to watch ‘skip’ in the grasses. Keep you eyes open for skipper butterflies!

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University of Minnesota Professor and Extension Horticulturist
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