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Gray Hairstreak

DAZ|Studio Insects posted on Dec 31, 2023
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From my upcoming, "Butterflies of the World v1"... Here we have the Gray Hairstreak on some Justica californica (Chuparosa)... and yes, it was a challenge to pose this tiny butterfly on one of the chuparosa flowers. It is one of the most common hairstreaks in North America, ranging over nearly the entire continent. It also occurs throughout Central America and in northern South America. It lives in a wide range of habitats ranging from tropical forests and mountains to temperate woodland areas and meadows, as well as cities and farmland. Hairstreaks get their name from the tiny hair-like extensions on their hind pair of wings.

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12:55PM | Sun, 31 December 2023

Delightful magic.
Happy New Year 2024!😊💝🥰🎄🥂



1:39PM | Sun, 31 December 2023

Your work is always so impressive!

Happy New Year!



4:37PM | Sun, 31 December 2023

Classic close up, slightly out of focus which draws you into the subject of the scene. Lovely work Ken!



11:57PM | Sun, 31 December 2023

Fantastic work, and a very happy new year to you and all your loved ones!

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