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Butterfly wings with ragged edges - worn out, camouflage, fungus, or something else?

In both these cases, the butterflies are old (relatively speaking) and worn. Usually, adult butterflies only live during a specific season (which usually can last weeks to months) or with several ...
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Texas butterfly with dull underwings, but blue/purple on overwings

@anongoodnurse said: Try LYCAENIDAE (gray wings belong to this family as well). There are smaller ones (called "blues") very similar to gray hairstreaks, e.g.the Echo Blue. Hard to find the ...

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