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Calycopis? - Calycopis cecrops

Calycopis? - Calycopis cecrops
Tallahassee, Leon County, Florida, USA
August 2, 2011
Size: approx. 20 mm
Looks like Calycopis but I can't tell the two species apart ...

Moved
Moved from ID Request.

C. cecrops, in my opinion
I'd say Calycopis cecrops.

isobeon
Identification: Two tails on the hindwing. Underside of both wings gray-brown; inner edge of postmedian line bordered narrowly with red-orange. Underside of hindwing has eyespot at lower apex with equal amounts of orange and black.

cecrops
Identification: Two tails on the hindwing. Upperside brown, hindwing blue. Underside gray-brown with white postmedian line edged with red-orange.

Also, if you check the info tab, isobeon's range is South Texas southward, so yours would be out of range.

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