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Buckeye IMG_9391 - Junonia neildi

Buckeye IMG_9391 - Junonia neildi
Fort Zachary Taylor State Park, Key West, Monroe County, Florida, USA
April 7, 2011
Male Mangrove Buckeye Junonia genoveva? Seems to match images at

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Buckeye IMG_9391 - Junonia neildi Buckeye IMG_9391 - Junonia neildi


This is a female
The shape of the wings in females is broader and rounder than in males. Also, the orange above is generally more strongly developed in females (most notably near the margin of the hind wing).

Mangrove Buckeye (Junonia genoveva)
I agree with your id of Mangrove Buckeye. A differentiating feature is that the forewing eyespot is completely surrounded by orange, as in your photo. Sorry, I don't know how to tell the difference between males and females.

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