Only exist for about two weeks, but millions of yellow butterflies have made the feature of the Central Highlands. Along the roads, everywhere you go, you will see images of butterflies flying in the sky.
In early April, everywhere in Dak Lak – Dak Nong, the locals are familiar with the image of millions of butterfly scenes appearing and flying in the sky (photo: Virgo Nguyen)
Yellow butterflies appear all the streets in the Central Highlands. This familiar image is strangely interesting for travelers through the national highways 14, 28 and 27 (photo: Virgo Nguyen)
According to locals, yellow butterflies appear most often in late March and early April every year (photo: Virgo Nguyen)
When the flower of the Central Highlands coffee fades and begins to turn to fruit, thousands of butterflies appears.
Butterflies fly in the sky and perch on wildflowers along the roads, a typical image at the end of the dry season in the Central Highlands.
The life cycle of a Central Highlands yellow butterfly is short. By the end of March, the first butterflies lay eggs and make cocoons under the leaves of coffee, waterlogged, and pepper, which are grown a lot in the Central Highlands.
Just a week, after days of hiding, butterflies began to appear, flying in the streets with millions of bright yellow butterfly wings in the Central Highlands golden sunshine (photo: Virgo Nguyen)
In addition to the roadside wildflowers, butterflies often gather in large clusters in puddles, or in wet lands (Image: Virgo Nguyen)
The large numbers of butterflies create a “yellow carpet” of brilliant colors. As long as someone gets close, these butterfly wings will fly off.
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