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Comma

Polygonia comma

Habitat:

Clearings in edges of thickets, groves, and forests; also watercourses and moist, open woods.

Notes:

Seen at the Tom Dorman Nature Preserve in Garrad County, Kentucky. This preserve is 800+ acres and butts up to the Kentucky River Palasaides, a truly unique environment with the oldest exposed rocks in the state. Wild flowers abound and many are seen no where else in Kentucky.

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Kentucky, USA

Spotted on Apr 10, 2014
Submitted on Apr 12, 2014

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