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Siproeta stelenes


Not sure what species, I spotted at least 10 individuals spread out alaong the forest. This one was not feeding but resting on plants. It did see a membre of its own species and I can only assume it was the same gender since they did an "aerial battle".


Along the trees of the Toro Negro National Forest. They seemed to be mostly were there was patches of sunlight and dense trees to baske.

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Arun 7 years ago
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Brian Muñiz
Brian Muñiz 7 years ago

Thanks alot

Brian Muñiz
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Brian Muñiz

Collores, Puerto Rico, USA

Spotted on Jan 10, 2013
Submitted on Mar 3, 2013

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