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Western sulphur butterfly

Colias occidentalis

Description:

Sulphur butterflies have wings that are usually yellow or orange with a black border.

Habitat:

The Western sulpher butterfly can be found in open areas including meadows, sagebrush flats, conifer forest openings. This butterfly was spotted in a field in Des Moines Iowa.

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mary.gallo.m
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mary.gallo.m

Des Moines, Iowa, USA

Spotted on Aug 21, 2015
Submitted on Aug 21, 2015

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