At our front windows, we have a bed of ‘Bidens’ that are in flower almost year round. Lately this flower bed has been visited regularly by the small but beautiful Meadow Argus butterfly. The Meadow Argus is a direct flyer and has good eyesight. I had to be fairly patient to get a shot. With their wings flat, the eye patterns are very pronounced. I assume the ‘eyes’ are for deterring predators. The Meadow Argus apparently is a widespread species. I’m pleased they have ‘spread’ to my place.