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Chlosyne nycteis


Not wrong at all, just a twist of naming


Chlosyne gorgone


Looks like...


Chlosyne nycteis


Chlosyne nycteis


Looks more like Chlosyne nyct


Chlosyne


Chlosyne nycteis vs Phyciodes tharos


Chlosyne


I think correct


It is going to be Phyciodes


It is a female Checkerspot,


Even the experts sometimes get it wrong,


Looks like a Silvery Checkerspot, Chlosyne nycteis


Chlosyne nycteis it is


One thing that bothers me


Probably not Gorgone


Moved


Silvery checkerspot


Moved


I'm thinking maybe...


Moved


Chlosyne nycteis


Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot Cats


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Silvery Checkerspot


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Moved to Chlosyne nycteis.


Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis - Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot?


Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis


Probably a Silvery Checkerspo


yes, it is Chlosyne nycteis


Thanks, J & J!


I would say probably a Silvery Crescent


Looks like


Chlosyne


how big?


Chlosyne nycteis or C. harrisii


Silvery Checkerspot


Looks like your assemblage includes


Look at the


Butterfly


Might be


Silvery Checkerspot


Looks like probably a Silvery Checkerspot


Yes,


easier to tell for sure frome the underside,


I've changed my opinion on th


Thank you so much!


These all look like Chlosyne nycteis - Silvery Checkerspot


appears to be Chlosyne gorgone, a male


close - it's a Silvery Checkerspot - Chlosyne nycteis


a Silvery Checkerspot


male Pearl Crescent


Chlosyne nycteis, I believe


Chlosyne nycteis


I think Chlosyne nycteis is correct


Looks like


John and Jane, I just recentl


Chlosyne nycteis


Chlosyne nycteis


More like a Silvery Checkersp


Looks like Silvery Checkerspot (Chlosyne nycteis)


I agree


I'm pretty sure this is a male Gorgone Checkerspot


Try


To me it looks most like a Red Admiral


It looks like a Crescent, but it is indeed a Checkerspot


This is a Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis


Checkerspot Butterfly


I would try


I vote for


looks like


looks like


Pretty sure it is a Checkerspot caterpillar,


Looks like a Checkerspot. Har


yes,


close - A Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery checkerspot?


It probably didn't need


Silvery Checkerspot - Chlosyne nycteis


Chlosyne nycteis - Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis - Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis - Silvery Checkerspot


Thought I'd comment


Chlosyne nycteis it is


tentatively


Chlosyne nycteis


I believe.....


Silver Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot


Not a Crescent, I think -


Silvery Checkerspot


Silvery Checkerspot


Chlosyne nycteis


Yep yep


Wow, another strange Nymphalid-type


Id'ed


Checkerspot


With those branched spines,