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I only spotted it because it did open its wings.
Oak forest in a mountain range at 2,400 meters above sea level
Thank you bayucca for the ID
Polygonia has more falcated wings. It is Anaea aidea.
Thank you Karen L, Leuba and Martinl for ID and comments
aaah another name !! - just when i was typing..
great he's got a name already !
Anaea sp. (similar to Anaea clytemnestra). do you recall the color?
He sure does look like a dry leaf ! - good spotting ! I hope you find out what he's called..
Lat: 22.00, Long: -101.09
Spotted on Oct 8, 2011 Submitted on Jan 30, 2012