The Question Mark butterfly (Polygonia Interrogationis) is a North American nymphalid butterfly that is extremely beautiful. So, if you’re lucky enough to see one of these beautiful butterflies, make sure you have your camera ready to snap away.
Question Mark butterflies live in wooded areas, parks, gardens, and any tree-filled open areas. Adults butterflies have wingspans of 1.8-3.0 inches. They feed on rotten fruit, tree sap, or dung and will only visit flowers for nectar when they cannot locate those.
They go through four life stages, known as holometabolis or complete metamorphosis. These four stages are embryo (egg), larva (caterpillar), pupa (chrysalis), and imago (adult butterfly).