When it rains, the flowers become butterflies

When it rained, the blooms became butterflies, and that was the end of the story.

But a little while later, the bloom was back.

The first butterfly appeared on May 4, 2017.

It’s not a new phenomenon.

But it’s not uncommon either.

It took a couple of years for butterflies to be discovered, according to University of Maryland research published in April.

In a paper published last year, researchers at the University of Michigan said they have observed more than 7,000 species of butterflies.

So why are butterflies in bloom so often?

There are two reasons, said Julie Hochberg, a butterfly expert and professor at the National Wildlife Research Center in Michigan.

One, they have a lot of parasites.

In a study published in 2014, researchers found that some species of butterfly are susceptible to parasites like the parasitic wasp that can cause yellowing, white spots on the body and the wing.

The same was true for the common butterfly, which has the same parasite problems.

But because the butterflies are so large and strong, they can take out the parasite in less than a day.

The second reason is that they’re adapted to a particular location, said Hochburg.

They’re in flower when they’re most active, and they go into flower when the climate is most favorable, she said.

So the first thing that scientists can do is monitor them for parasites.

The next thing they can do would be to take samples of their eggs, which is a lot easier than taking their nests.

The eggs of butterflies are collected in plastic bags, which can be stored for months.

The study found that most of the butterfly species studied are found in areas with low rainfall, low oxygen levels and hot summers.

So it’s possible that if a particular species is exposed to a certain parasite, it will produce a parasite-free population.

But that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea to eat all of them, said Elizabeth Peltier, a plant pathologist at the U-M.

It’s a little harder to measure the number of parasites in butterflies because the parasites don’t get to the butterflies until they’re in their eggs.

So that can be misleading, said Pelter.

In the meantime, scientists are learning more about how butterflies reproduce, Hochber and Hochborn said.

So far, they’ve found that a common butterfly can make a few hundred eggs, Peltiers study found.

It takes about an hour for an egg to hatch.

If you think of it as a honeymoon, the next step would be finding out which species produce the most butterflies.

It could also help us understand the parasite that is causing these blooms.