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Photo#668310
Unidentified butterfly - Asterocampa celtis

Unidentified butterfly - Asterocampa celtis
Georgetown, Williamson County, Texas, USA
June 19, 2012

Moved
Moved from Hackberry Emperor.

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Moved from ID Request.

Maddie,
he Hackberry is one of my favorite "friendly" butterflies ... they actually like the salt on your perspiration. They will stick to you like a stamp to a letter. Thanks for your contribution.
Robert

 
Thank you so much. I just co
Thank you so much. I just couldn't find anything that quite looked like this. Thanks for your information as well. Hope I see another one when I am all sweaty! LOL. Would be awesome to have one stop by and "stick" for awhile!

Hackberry Emperor
Asterocampa celtis

I'd guess this is probably a Texas Hackberry, but you'll have to wait for expert confirmation.

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