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Red Admiral butterfly

 This bright butterfly is common from from Guatamala to the northern reaches of Canada, and east to west across North America. It's also found in Europe and northern Asia. And interestingly, it was originally known as the Red Admirable butterfly in England, but renamed here. Because it's not related to the other Admirals (like the Lourquin's Admiral, or the  White Admiral), some specialists are apparently reviving the original Admirable name.

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Date:Jun 04, 2014
Location:a yard
City:Surrey
Province/State:BC
Country:Canada

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