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The Butterflies of Costa Rica and Their Natural History, Vol. II: Riodinidae


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Looks like a Fatal


I think even the experts (I'm not one yet, with Metalmarks)


Metalmarks


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Metalmark Species


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Looks like it to me


Moved to Calephelis for expert attention.


Moved to Calephelis for expert attention.


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Behr's Metalmark?


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Fatal Metalmark


Fatal Metalmark


Fatal Metalmark


Rawson's Metalmark


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One of the Metalmarks


Looks to be one of the Metalmarks


One of the Metalmarks


Definitely mis-filed


One of the Metalmarks


male Arizona Metalmark


Looks to be


Looks rather to be one of the Metalmarks


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looks like it


What do you think of the ones


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In the rather simplistic treatment here at BugGuide,


One of the Metalmarks.


Also whites and sulfurs


female Fatal Metalmark is correct


metalmark


Some sort of metalmark, at any rate


I'd vote for Fatal, but Rawson's is also a good candidate.


Metalmark


Yeah, I see


I'm with you on the blues.


It's frustrating for me,


Nemesis


Let's do it!


thanks


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Riodinidae...


We need all the help we can get!


Interesting; thanks for posting.


There are three metalmarks in your county


Interesting creature


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tough one


Agreed. It doesn't look like California Mormon Metalmarks


Is Calephelis nemesis australis a regional variation?


I'd go with Fatal


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It's a butterfly and with those


Got to thinking


Check out Rawson's Metalmark


I don't have an exact list of all species that do this,