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Species Celastrina echo - Echo Azure - Hodges#4363.2

Spring Azure on Spotted Owl Pellet - Celastrina echo Rocky Mountain Azure - Celastrina echo Celastrina ladon? - Celastrina echo Celastrina - Celastrina echo - male Flock of Blues - Celastrina echo Butterfly reality check - Echo blue/azure? - Celastrina echo Echo Azure - Celastrina echo Celastrina ladon, Spring Azure vs C. echo, Echo Azure - Celastrina echo
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Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
Subphylum Hexapoda (Hexapods)
Class Insecta (Insects)
Order Lepidoptera (Butterflies and Moths)
Superfamily Papilionoidea (Butterflies and Skippers)
Family Lycaenidae (Blues, Coppers, Hairstreaks, Harvesters)
Subfamily Polyommatinae (Blues)
Genus Celastrina (Azures)
Species echo (Echo Azure - Hodges#4363.2)
Hodges Number
4363.2
Range
Western United States west from Great Plains; southwestern Canada; and northern Mexico.
Remarks
Most western Azures have been classified as belonging to this species name. Where this species and more easterly ranging species meet, and how to tell them apart is not well presented in literature as of yet.
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