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Epargyreus tmolis

Epargyreus tmolis


Lepidoptera, family Hesperiidae. this family includes a huge number of butterflies so some of them are preaty similar and difficult to identify. In this case, the white band in the hindewings and the orange-yellow marks in the forewings are used to identify it. They move in the bushes and somtimes under them and near the soil.


The habitat includes a range of landscapes from the northern Patagonia to the norther Argentina, including open meadows, to forests in the Mesopotamia region (Rio de la Plata watershed)

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Bs. As., Argentina

Spotted on Nov 9, 2017
Submitted on Nov 11, 2017

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