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Butterfly id

October 6 2011 at 9:06 AM
Sarah  (Select Login sarahbn)
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Sherry in SE Mississippi
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Re: Butterfly id

October 6 2011, 11:06 PM 

Sarah, I can't tell what type of sulphur the first picture is of, because it looks like the dark markings are on the outside of the butterfly? It must have had its wings open, not typical of sulhurs. It's most likely a clouded sulphur or an orange sulphur.
The second picture is a pearl crescent.
The last four pictures are a red admiral, one of my favorite butterflies.

Beautiful pictures!

Sherry in Southeast Mississippi
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