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Inornate Ringlet - Coenonympha tullia

Inornate Ringlet - Coenonympha tullia
Allegheny Nat'l Forest near Marienville, Forest County, Pennsylvania, USA
August 15, 2009
Size: This profile hght. = 30mm
Can't we just call this a "plain" ringlet?

Are we ever satisfied?
I'm on record as saying Common Ringlet deserves a better name. (Maybe the two could swap, and we'd both be happy. LOL!) Nice photo of an excellent specimen, whatever it's called.

How About
"Trashy common harlot" ringlet?

Oh, it begs for a new scientific name!

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