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Possibly Speyeria aphrodite - Aphrodite Fritillary


Speyeria aphrodite female

I vote for Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele cybele)

I vote for Aphrodite Fritillary (Speyeria aphrodite)

Aphrodite Fritillary or Great Spangled Fritillary

likely Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Look like Speyeria aphrodite


Speyeria atlantis

male Speyeria aphrodite it is

Aphrodite Fritillary (Speyeria aphrodite)

Speyeria aphrodite


Aphrodite Fritillary (Speyeria aphrodite)

Speyeria cybele


Aphrodite Fritillary (Speyeria aphrodite)


Moved to Speyeria aphrodite

male Speyeria atlantis

Not an expert

This is a male Great Spangled Fritillary

You have two male Fritillaries in two different genera here

she is a Fritillary, but rather an Aphrodite Fritillary

looks like a female Aphrodite Fritillary

Yes - they look like a pair of Aphrodite Fritillaries

Turns out I moved too fast

Two very similar species occur in that area,

This is a male Aphrodite Fritillary

Even though the eyes appear to be brownish in your other photo,


I cropped your image...

Just learning myself

Aphrodite Fritillary

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria aphrodite

Another voice from the west...

I think Aphrodite

How about [url=http://bugguid

Moved to Speyeria aphrodite

Not an expert.



I'm no expert but it looks like Fritillary

a female Speyeria aphrodite

male Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria hesperis dorothea - male

He's a beautiful fellow,


Speyeria aphrodite

More on the chrysalis

Speyeria aphrodite

Thanks, David!

Great Basin

Speyeria aphrodite

Speyeria mormonia


Great Spangled Fritillary Speyeria cybele

3 choices

Hard to tell from this photo.........

Speyeria cybele, male

Based on Butterflies Through Binoculars

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