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Sulphur? - Colias eurytheme

Sulphur? - Colias eurytheme
Brushy Creek Recreation Area, Seed Production area at Headquarters, Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa, USA
July 30, 2011
Butterfly in the grass at the gardens. gathering_2011

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Orange Sulphur (Colias eurytheme) female
Based on the SINGLE red-rimmed spot on the hindwing. The silvery spot in the center of the hindwing is usually double in the Clouded Sulphur, but can be single OR double in the Orange Sulphur.

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