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I vote for Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma)


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


It's in the genus Polygonia,


Polygonia interrogationis


I'm pretty sure that Polygonia is correct.


Polygonia interrogationis


Looks like...


Looks like...


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


This is in either genus Nymphalis or Polygonia


There seem to be horns on the heads,


This one is a Comma butterfly - Polygonia comma


Butterfly Buffet


Question Mark


Maybe you can


definitely a butterfly in the subfamily Nymphalinae


you're welcome - it's still bothering me a bit though


Polygonia interrogationis


Polygonia


Polygonia progne


scientific name


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Very close but I think this is probably


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Looks like Polygonia interrogationis


Seems to me that it's a


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis.


Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Hard to see without being mor


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Seems to resemble a


Found maybe?


Polygonia interrogationis (question mark)


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Polygonia interrogationis


Question Mark


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


Looks like a Question Mark caterpillar


Polygonia interrogationis


.


Polygonia interrogationis


Looks to me like


According to Butterflies and Moths of North America


Reminds me of


Looks like


Question Mark


thanks!


I agree,


It is indeed an "Anglewing" - in genus Polygonia


Could be a Polygonia interrogationis


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Moved to Polygonia interrogationis


Looks like a Questionmark - Polygonia interrogationis


Question Mark butterfly


Question mark


Moved


correct


How about...


Yes it is.


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Polygonia interrogationis


I agree - Question Mark - Polygonia interrogationis


Question Mark


an Anglewing butterfly, looks like a Question Mark


identifications are very close


Question Mark -- Polygonia interrogationis


Question Mark


I would go with Polygonia interrogationis.


Question mark, maybe?


caterpillar


caterpillar


Looks like...


Question mark...


They all look like Polygonia interrogationis


I'd like to see all discussion of each species


I agree - Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Looks like


crysalis of Question Mark Butterfly


yes


I agree


?


I agree


Likely a Question Mark


I agree


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Polygonia interrogationis


Polygonia interrogationis


Polygonia interrogationis


Question Mark


Question Mark


I would try


Question Mark


Definitely good enough for that


Look at Polygonia interrogationis.


Yep...


might be Question Mark Butterfly cat


I'm not an expert...


Maybe


Maybe something in Polygonia?


Maybe someting like


Question Mark Caterpillars


Could it be


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


Polygonia interrogationis, Question Mark Butterfly


looks like


Polygonia interrogationis


maybe Question Mark, Polygonia interrogationis


I believe this is


It is Polygonia interrogationis


Looks like


Polygonia interrogationis


Looks like


Polygonia interrogationis ID


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


I agree with John & Jane.


Question mark


Question Mark


Close


We would say


Question Mark


Question Mark


Question Mark


Reminds us of


Polygonia interrogationis