How to Identify the Species of a Butterfly.?

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1. Use binoculars to study the way the butterfly is flying. Approximately one third of the species in North America belong the Hesperiidae family, commonly known as "skippers" Their flight is rapid and erratic. 2. Photograph the butterfly while it is
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