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On ‎9‎/‎20‎/‎2017 at 12:30 PM, ANYFISH2 said:

Red admiral i believe.

not a red admiral. I have a few pics of them. 

got a report back and did a new thread. 

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This is a fairly rare aberration of Vanessa cardui caused by cool temperature during chrysalis development.  I put the info in another thread. 

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On 10/28/2017 at 1:20 PM, eyeguy 54 said:

This is a fairly rare aberration of Vanessa cardui caused by cool temperature during chrysalis development.  I put the info in another thread. 

Awesome! a new naturalist in the making; impressed with your research eyeguy64. Actually "aberrations" can occur do to several reasons, but very likely this was environmental. Yep, caused by a sudden change in temp. but since there are changes in wing pattern coloration and not much darkening overall..... It was an increase in temp, rather then a decrease, that caused this change from normal. Dark variations always occur when there is an extreme drop in temp. during metamorphosis. Hey buddy, your never to old to learn. GOOD JOB!:D

Here's another form of "aberration", with Monarch spots I thought you'd find interesting....  

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