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Photos of insects and people from the 2019 BugGuide Gathering in Louisiana, July 25-27

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I vote for Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma)


The underwing would tell the story


Not certain we understand your question


Eastern Comma


I'm pretty sure that Polygonia is correct.


When I was a kid, there was only one "Comma"


Question Mark


Polygonia satyrus


They are very similar, but the patterns are different


Could it be a Green Comma (Polygonia faunus)?


Probably not Hoary Comma (Polygonia gracilis)


Polygonia


Eastern Comma - Polygonia com


Eastern Comma


certainly looks like [Eastern] Comma


comma


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


I vote for Satyr Comma (Polygonia satyrus)


Definitely a Green Comma - female


This is an Eastern Comma - Polygonia comma


It is a Comma


Comma


Green Comma


Gray Comma


Polygonia progne


Polygonia perhaps


Moved to Polygonia comma.


I'm no expert,


Eastern Comma


Polygonia


Looks like Polygonia comma


Polygonia comma


Polygonia comma - hind wing t


Polygonia gracilis Hoary Comma?


Differentiating Polygonia sp


I think this is actually a Gray Comma


Did you get a photo of the under side?


Eastern Comma


Comma Butterfly - Polygonia


This one is a Comma butterfly - Polygonia comma


This is definitely a Question Mark caterpillar


Polygonia satyrus - Satyr Comma!


Definitely Polygonia satyrus


That looks correct to me - Polygonia comma


Comma


Eastern Comma


Maybe you can


Eastern Comma


Eastern Comma


Your first instinct was correct


Eastern


Looks like an Eastern Comma (


yep, it's Polygonia progne


Polygonia progne


Polygonia comma


Satyr


Polygonia comma


Close ...


Gray Comma


Eastern Comma


Moved to Polygonia comma.


Looks like...


Polygonia?


Comma


Moved to Polygonia comma.


Polygonia satyrus?


Question Mark or Comma?


Moved to Polygonia comma.


Looks like


Eastern Comma


Eastern Comma


Black and Orange Moth - Eastern Comma, Polygonia comma


Eastern Comma


This is Polygonia comma


Comma Butterfly


Butterfly Cat


Eastern Comma - Polygonia comma


Eastern Comma - winter form


Eastern Comma ( Polygonia comma )


Eastern Comma ( Polygonia comma )


Green Comma ( Polygonia faunus )


Comma


Comma


Eastern Comma


Comma Angelwing


This is a Gray Comma - Polygonia progne


Comma


ID


Moved to Polygonia comma - Eastern Comma


Looks like


Hello, Your guest was an East


Green Comma


I unlinked your two pictures


Gray comma summer phase


definitely a Comma


lmerrill, your picture isn't a moth.


Eastern Comma


Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma)


This is an


It is Polygonia comma


Eastern Comma


Polygonia comma


Looks like


Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma)


Hoary Comma (Polygonia gracilis)


I would say yes, a "Comma" butterfly


Green Comma (Polygonia faunus)


A Comma,


Butterfly Buffet


Looks like 'the' Comma


gray comma


I suspect it is actually


Looks a lot like


Yes, it is


looks like a Comma Butterfly - Polygonia comma


is indeed the same as on that page - a Comma


sure looks like a green comma


This is actually a specimen of


not a moth


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


Moved


Yes it's Polygonia


Polygonia comma


Polygonia progne maybe


Eastern Comma


Hoary Comma


Looks like


Gray Comma


Polygonia progne


Polygonia faunus


Perhaps Gray Comma


Possibly


Comma


Question mark


I think it's Polygonia gracil


Satyr vs. Hoary


Close


Wrong punctuation mark


Have you considered a Polygon


It has the look of a Comma,


Comma


Which Comma


looks like it might be a Saty


Not sure but


Moved to Polygonia comma.


Very close but I think this is probably


Moved to Polygonia sp. for expert identification.


Moved to Nymphalini for a second opinion





Moved to Polygonia faunus


Polygonia. Either Question Mark or Eastern Comma


I think you're right


Zephyr comma


Polygonia comma


yes - Polygonia comma


Have you considered Gray Comm


comma?


Green Comma ( Polygonia faunus )


Hoary Comma ( Polygonia gracilis )


Satyr Comma ( Polygonia satyrus )


You already figured out how t


Looks like a Green Comma


Got a tip that something was amiss here


Looks like Green Comma (Polygonia faunus)


Looks like Polygonia faunus - Green Comma


yes and Easter - Polygonia comma


Comma


Polygonia comma


question mark or comma butterfly


Polygonia comma


It looks like an Eastern Comm


The season is advanced this y


Polygonia


Not sure what species you mea


Now I need to learn to check/edit my comments better.


Butterfly


Ok..


definitely a worn female Polygonia comma


Moved to Polygonia progne - Gray Comma


Moved to Polygonia progne - Gray Comma


Yes - a Green Comma or Faun


Question Mark


Moved


Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)


Polygonia interrogationis


Delaware County?


yes - Gray Comma - Polygonia progne - is correct


This is a "Green Comma"


It looks more like a Grey Com


Polygonia comma


Yes, this is Polygonia comma, appears to be a female


Comma (Polygonia)


a Gray Comma or Progne


I agree - Satyr Comma (Polygonia satyrus)


Comma


Polygonia


Best guess is ...


Upon further consideration


Upon further consideration


I vote for Green Comma (Polygonia faunus)


He is Polygonia progne


It is indeed Polygonia - an "Anglewing"


Question Mark


Not an expert


close


Thanks so much for your help.


Looks like


Polygonia satyrus - Satyr Comma


Yes


agreed


Seconded


Hoary?


Gray Comma i think...


Polygonia


Polygonia comma female


Polygonia progne


Polygonia progne


Polygonia progne


Polygonia faunus


I agree...


Polygonia satyrus


Polygonia progne


Polygonia satyrus


Gray Comma


Satyr


Polygonia interrogationis - Question Mark


Question Mark


oops


Question Mark


ID


polygonia


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