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Nymphalidae: Polygonia interrogationis? - Polygonia interrogationis

Nymphalidae: Polygonia interrogationis? - Polygonia interrogationis
Lake Metigoshe State Park, Bottineau County, North Dakota, USA
July 18, 2012
Size: Length ~ 3 cm
Hmmm...could this specimen be a larval example of the Question Mark Butterfly?

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Nymphalidae: Polygonia interrogationis? - Polygonia interrogationis Nymphalidae: Polygonia interrogationis? - Polygonia interrogationis

Moved

Probably correct, but could be another species as well
Do you know what it was feeding on?

Moved from Brushfooted Butterflies.

 
Thanks, David.
Sadly, no I don't. It was found motionless on the ground, and to get a better photograph I moved it to this leaf.

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