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Gray Cracker
Gray Cracker (Hamadryas febfrua: Nymphalidae) Wingspan 6.0-8.6 cm (2.4-3.4 in). South of Tarapoto, San Martn, Per. Floodplain of Ro Huallaga, xerophytic scrub at ca. 270 m (886 ft) elevation.
Habitat
Floodplain of Ro Huallaga, xerophytic scrub at ca. 270 m (886 ft) elevation.
Location
South of Tarapoto, San Martn, Per.
Date taken
December 2016
Scientific name
Hamadryas febfrua
Equipment used
Canon
Supporter
Cracker by name and cracker by nature! A wonderful macro of this gorgeous butterfly Stanley!

Chris
 
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Opus Editor
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What intricately marked wings he has Stanley... think my camera may have had difficulty focusing on it LOL

You've a super picture of a butterfly I've never heard of. Many thanks my friend.
 

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Butterflies & Moths
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Stanley Jones
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