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The Red-banded Hairstreak (Calycopis cecrops) is a butterfly native to the southeastern United States. It feeds on fallen leaves of sumac species and other trees. Its size ranges from 0.9–1.25 inches.
It lives near coastal areas and edges.
She moved the filaments at the end of the wings like a little fan-like thingy. (the pics are not very good but it gives an idea of how the butterfly looks like.)