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Hackberry Emperor Butterfly

Asterocampa celtis


MaryKauffman 8 years ago

Thanks guys!

gatorfellows 8 years ago

I can tell this is a Hackberry Emperor by the dark apical area with several white spots, The 1 submarginal eyespot on the forewing and white tips on the antennae. I have lots of these butterflies in my garden.

Brian Parsons
Brian Parsons 8 years ago

Looks to be a Hackberry Butterfly - check out
Images are too fuzzy to tell for sure but you may see more in the same area

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Missouri, USA

Spotted on Jul 13, 2012
Submitted on Jul 14, 2012

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