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Bushland, TX
(Zone 6a)

June 12, 2005
4:52 AM

Post #1540637

Can you Id this moth or butterfly?

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Manhattan Beach, CA
(Zone 11)

June 12, 2005
5:18 AM

Post #1540672

Looks like one of the Lesser Fritillaries, a butterfly. Moths are totally different and fly by night (like Federal Express and UPS).
Bushland, TX
(Zone 6a)

June 12, 2005
5:39 AM

Post #1540696

Yep, thats what I thought it might be,after all my passifloras!!!

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