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Very well camouflaged - Gray Cracker
Thomas P Brown

Very well camouflaged - Gray Cracker (Hamadryas februn)

Another great butterfly, while sitting around waiting for the birds to show!

For those of you in the know, please feel free to correct my identification of this butterfly. I am basing this on the Kaufman Field guide, North American, Page 216.
Habitat
100 year old Mango Orchard
Location
Sierra La Laguna
Date taken
4-9-2016
Scientific name
Hamadryas februn
Equipment used
Nikon D300 400mm
Supporter
It sure is and congrats on finding it and capturing it in this beautiful macro shot.
 
Supporter
Brilliant close-up of this fabulous cracker. Gorgeous focus, dof, colors, detail, and setting. First-rate Tom!!!
 

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