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unknown butterfly on log - Polygonia interrogationis - female

unknown butterfly on log - Polygonia interrogationis - Female
San Angelo, Tom Green County, Texas, USA
May 27, 2007

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

It is shaped like a female
which are also the more likely to have this rather plain-looking underside.

Behind it looks like you have some Astercampa clyton

Polygonia interrogationis, Question Mark Butterfly
This looks to be one of the ventral color forms of the Question Mark.
There are several color variations, but the silver "?" looing pattern on the underside of the hindwing is usually consistent.

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