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Polygonia interrogationis

Polygonia interrogationis
Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, USA
October 1, 2006
Size: about 3 inches wingspan..
Found this on my Oak tree... this pic has been rotated 180 degrees... the butterfly was upside-down... the underside of thewings was kind of like that of a painted lady... any ideas?

Very pretty
Looks like a Question Mark to me:

wow... that response was insanely took like 3 seconds...:D...
edit: i checked the guide page... the underneath of the wing is the exact same... thanks!

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