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Chrysalis - Limenitis arthemis

Chrysalis - Limenitis arthemis
Glen Burnie, Anne Arundel County, Maryland, USA
July 9, 2009
Red-spotted purple? Found on a branch on the ground under a dead pine tree. The branch was not from the pine tree though.

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Chrysalis - Limenitis arthemis Chrysalis - Limenitis arthemis

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Moved from Admirals & Viceroy.

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Moved from ID Request.

Limenitis
I'm not sure if it's possible to distinguish red-spotted purple from viceroy... curious what others will say.

 
Limenitis
Thanks Charley. Will move to Limenitis page. I've never seen a Viceroy before so I just assumed the all common Red-spotted purple would be it.

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