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Pink-edged Sulpher (mating)

Colias interior

Description:

I spotted these two Pink-edged Sulphers on the Zig-Zag trail at Mt. Hood.

Habitat:

They were pollinating alpine aster (Aster alpinus).

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2 Comments

dominique.eghlidi
dominique.eghlidi 7 years ago

Thank you, Gilma! I love your pictures!

dominique.eghlidi, I love your Butterfly collection, I know Oregon is gorgeous but I never knew it had so many beautiful Butterflies/Skippers. Thank you for sharing.

dominique.eghlidi
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dominique.eghlidi

Oregon, USA

Spotted on Sep 11, 2014
Submitted on Sep 17, 2014

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