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    • Phyciodes tharos
  • English
    • Pearl Crescent
  • French
    • croissant perlé

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Recent observations

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

Observer

kati

Date

June 24, 2016

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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kati

Date

June 24, 2016

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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joshualincoln

Date

June 26, 2016

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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anewman

Date

June 21, 2016

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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treichard

Date

June 26, 2016 12:32 PM EDT

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

Observer

lranelli

Date

June 26, 2016 01:06 PM CDT

Description

These butterflies are on scat! Scat looks like it's from the weasel family.

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

Observer

scadwell

Date

June 26, 2016 10:37 AM EDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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gcwarbler

Date

June 7, 2016

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

At 5100 ft in the Davis Mts.

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

Observer

tararat

Date

June 26, 2016

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Square

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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royaltyler

Date

June 26, 2016 07:15 AM CDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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krosenthal

Date

August 31, 2013 11:43 AM EDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

Observer

krancmm

Date

June 22, 2016 10:51 AM CDT
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Description from Wikipedia

The Pearl Crescent (Phyciodes tharos) is a butterfly of North America. It is found in all parts of the United States except the west coast, and throughout Mexico and parts of southern Canada, in particular Ontario. Its habitat is open areas such as pastures, road edges, vacant lots, fields, open pine woods. Its pattern is quite variable. Males usually have black antennal knobs. Its upperside is orange with black borders; postmedian and submarginal areas are crossed...

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Conservation Summary

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