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Speyeria - Speyeria cybele - male

Speyeria - Speyeria cybele - Male
Wilderness State Park, Emmet County, Michigan, USA
July 20, 2007

Moved
This is not far from subspecies Krautwurmi on the peninsula to the north, but I don't know if these qualify on this side of the water.

Moved from Great Spangled Fritillary.

Moved

Great Spangled
Lacking gray eyes, that leaves either Aphrodite or Great Spangled in the east. I think Great Spangled because the lack of central spot on forewing and also the lighter margins. Kaufman also says Aphrodite doesn't have black lined veins. This seems like it does.

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