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The Queen butterfly, Danaus gilippus, looks similar to the monarch and also feeds on milkweed when in the caterpillar stage.  More info:  http://www.butterfliesandmoths.org/species/Danaus-gilippus

The Queen female butterfly (Danaus gilippus). The Queen has nearly no black marked veins, and has white fore wing submarginal spots on both surfaces of the wings.

Amarynthis meneria - Female, fam. Riodinidae, Madre de Dios region, Peru  (by BlezSP @ Flickr)

Riodinidae, Madre de Dios region, Peru (by…

So beautiful !

So beautiful !

Mannetje keizersmantel Imperial Mantle Black (foto: Kars Veling)

Silver-Washed Fritillary (Argynnis paphia) The male possesses scent scales on the upper side of the forewing that run along veins one to four. The scent produced from these scales attracts females and helps to distinguish it from other species

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