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Orange Sulfur in Oklahoma - Colias eurytheme - male - female

Orange Sulfur in Oklahoma - Colias eurytheme - Male Female
Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, USA
October 23, 2007
The female white form and the male orange sulphur.

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Orange Sulfur in Oklahoma - Colias eurytheme - male - female Orange Sulfur in Oklahoma - Colias eurytheme - male - female Orange Sulphur, White Form - Oklahoma - Colias eurytheme - female

I've linked all three photos
It seems unlikely that these were taken on different days, and there is absolutely no doubt that they are the same individuals (you can match every spot, scratch, and tear up perfectly). The flowers are identical in each photo as well (they would have closed and been replaced by new flowers or even seeds in three weeks time).

These are great photos of male - female interaction.

 
Correction
David,
Thanks for the comment. It made me go back and check the EXIF for these photos and indeed they were all shot at the same time on the same day. I don't know how I got that crossed up!
DJ

 
I wrote that in the middle of the night
Now I look back at it when more awake; and, well, I hope I didn't seem critical - wasn't trying to be. Was actually trying to be helpful. I do this sort of mixing things up myself all the time! Luckily the ones I've put on BugGuied I've mostly caught before somebody noticed (but not all) {0:

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