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Ghost Brimstone - Anteos clorinde

Ghost Brimstone - Anteos clorinde
Texas, USA
Like its close relatives the Phoebis', larvae may host on either flowers or leaves of Sennas. Pupae are very similar to that of Anteos maerula but never with the brown patch on the wing pad.