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Gemmed Satyr

Cyllopsis gemma

Description:

Wings are brown with slightly darker wavy bands and it lack eyespots. Underside of hindwing has a silvery patch at the outer margin which contains 4 black reflective spots

Habitat:

Near open, wet woodland; grassy areas near water; near streams and ponds.

Notes:

Spotted from the boardwalk leading to the Visitor's Center at St Marks NWR, Florida. It was about 40 feet out at the base of a pine tree, sitting on a leaf. I don't know how I spotted it from so far away.

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robert emond
Spotted by
robert emond

Florida, USA

Lat: 30.15, Long: -84.15

Spotted on Jul 12, 2019
Submitted on Jul 12, 2019

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