Tuesday, August 19, 2008

This is the Great Spangled Fritillary on our zinnias yesterday. Although the most common fritillary throughout most of the eastern United States, this one looks a bit the worse for wear. See the tear in the bottom right hand wing? Another case of injury making identification easier.

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