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Ok thank you so much!
The main problem with these Urbanus is that most of them look almost the same and you definitely need a ventral view to get closer ID. Important are the size and position of spots, their relation to each other and the postition of the spots compared to neighbouring veins. For this one there are at least 5 "identical" possibilities (out of about 40 Urbanus sp.). I would go with Urbanus sp.Here is Urbanus proteus to compare. Spots are different:http://butterfliesofamerica.com/urbanus_...
No sadly but looking at wiki and other pictures its pretty darn close at the very least.
It is most probably not Urbanus proteus. Any other shot from the side?
You would need a shot from the side to see the underside for exact ID. One spot is wrong for all species I know...
Spotted on Jan 22, 2013 Submitted on Jan 22, 2013