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Presentation created by Tracy Trimpe The Science Spot - Images from unless otherwise noted. Gossamer Wing Butterflies (Family Lycaenidae)
Acadian Hairstreak Gray Hairstreak Red-banded Hairstreak Edwards Hairstreak Coral Hairstreak Hairstreaks
Eastern-Tailed Blue Blue or very dark top Two orange spots on hindwing
Spring Azure Has a blue top, but no colored spots on underside and no tails.
Silvery Blue Has a blue top and a line of spots on underside of wings No tails
American Copper Karner Blue Purplish Copper
8 Butterflies A - H
Identify each butterfly. Acadian Hairstreak Red-banded Hairstreak Gray Hairstreak Coral Hairstreak Edwards Hairstreak Spring Azure American Copper Eastern-Tailed Blue
Red-banded Hairstreak Acadian Hairstreak Gray Hairstreak Coral Hairstreak Edwards Hairstreak Spring Azure American Copper Eastern-Tailed Blue The answers are …
Presentation created by Tracy Trimpe The Science Spot - Images from unless otherwise noted.
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