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Thank you all for your comments
beautiful Ismael,congrats :)
Welcome! But I am not 100% sure about my Urbanus viterboana. To be very correct it should only be Urbanus sp., or Urbanus sp. cf viterboana.
Thanks again bayucca.
I do not think it is Proteus. This one has some additional smaller spots at the outer margin of the forewing. From this shot I wouldn't dare to get closer than Urbanus sp., might also be Urbanus viterboana, Urbanus pronus or Urbanus evona. I would tend to Urbanus viterboana. If you look at the tail, there is actually no blue IN the tail, so this would fit for Viterboana. I do not think that it is Urbanus esmeraldus or Urbanus belli.
what beautiful blue ! -it must look lovely in flight.
Nice, I see these frequently in my garden, sometimes with a tail, sometimes without.
I agree Liam.
Looks like a worn Long-tailed Skipper.
Lat: 10.47, Long: -84.02
Spotted on Dec 16, 2011 Submitted on Dec 16, 2011
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