Mourning Cloak Butterfly Art Print
Watercolor illustration of the Mourning Cloak Butterfly displays its transformation from caterpillar to chrysalis to beautiful flier (scientific name, Nymphalis antiopa). In Michigan, the Mourning Cloak is one of the first butterflies to emerge in spring. Birch, elm, cottonwood, oak, maple, and willow are important food sources for Mourning Cloaks.
Print measures 11" x 17" and is professionally printed in Northern Michigan, on a textured matte paper—certified archival, 310gsm, 100% cotton fiber, acid and lignin free. Prints arrive packaged on rigid backboard in a clear protective sleeve. Each print is numbered in an edition of 250 and signed by Northern Michigan artist Dani Knoph Davis.
To learn more about the Mourning Cloak Butterfly, visit Butterflies and Moths of North America.