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1 Year Ago
Today there were a lot of these tiny orange and black butterflies all over the garlic chives in our garden. Anyone know exactly what kind of butterfly this is? They were just about the size of a U.S. Quarter...maybe a bit smaller.
Posted by: Mike Savad on 1 Year Ago
according to my guide i think it's a comma it looks the most like that one.
Posted by: EricaMaxine Price on 1 Year Ago
doesn't have raggedy edges, looks more like Small Copper ... Usually seen overseas but who knows, maybe they're on vacation lol.
Posted by: Clarence Holmes on 1 Year Ago
It looks like you are on the East Coast so I think this is an American Copper (Lycaena phlaeas).
Posted by: Brandie Marshall on 1 Year Ago
Definitely a Small Copper
Great Shot Andrew!
Posted by: Andrew Pacheco on 1 Year Ago
Thanks everyone! Now I can keyword it properly.
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