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 Post subject: redrings at Iguazu
PostPosted: Wed Apr 04, 2007 2:29 pm 
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I trust this is a redring, but which species? Bob


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 Post subject: Re: redrings at Iguazu
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a second shot of the same redring on 5th Nov. 2006


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 Post subject: Re: redrings at Iguazu
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A different specimen photographed on 3rd Nov. 2006 - Is this the same species? Bob


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 Post subject: Re: redrings at Iguazu
PostPosted: Sat Apr 07, 2007 8:08 am 
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You actually have 2 different species in these 3 photos. The first 2 are Dynamine coenus, or what I call Coenus Sailor, using Sailor as the group name from other Dynamine in northern Mexico/very tip of south Texas. Canals calls Dynamines Drops, in his Butterflies of Misiones, which isn't a bad common group name. He calls this one a White Drop, except there are a number of white Dynamine. Nice shot, especially the dorsal or top shot showing the blue! Can you please send me this full sized photo for my files?

The 3rd photo is a Redring, or Pyrrhogyra neaerea. I call it Neaerea Redring. Please send me this one as well, I don't have many decent shots of neaerea.

Thanks, I had missed these photos.
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