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American Snout Butterfly

American Snout


Libytheana carinenta
The most distinguishing characteristic is the extra long palpi that resemble a snout. The sexes are essentially the same with the upper surface somewhat brownish with central orange splotches on both wings and several white spots near the forewing tips. Below it resembles a dead leaf with various shades of gray and brown. Orange patches may be seen on the forewing b. . . [more]
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