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unknown  small  butterfly  - Phyciodes tharos

unknown small butterfly - Phyciodes tharos
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 20, 2018
Size: small.. maybe 1.5 inches

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pearl crescent
Thanks. looking at "Butterflies of Canada" and I think you are right about it being a pearl crescent

Looks like one of the Crescen
Looks like one of the Crescents. (Phyciodes genus). Probably a Pearl Crescent or a Northern Crescent, but you'll need to wait for someone more expert to tell you for sure.

 
Pearl Crescent
The density of the dark markings is more like Phyciodes tharos.

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