Butterflies are less efficient than bees at moving pollen between plants. Highly perched on their long thin legs, they do not pick up much pollen on their bodies and lack specialized structures for collecting it. However, they create a marvelous color combination of nature on this sunflower!
A butterfly chooses a blooming sunflower ignoring the one yet to bloom
A butterfly and flowers blend to create a color combination of nature
Flowers and a butterfly create a colorful display of nature
A colorful butterfly hugs a tree on one of the floats of the Rose Parade
These butterfly species are known colloquially as Owl butterflies, due to the owl-like false eyes, and the feathery appearance of the underside wings.
A butterfly creates a nice glowing contrast against the background