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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

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timbir5

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April 8, 2016 06:29 PM EDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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rehb

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May 28, 2016 09:00 AM CDT

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LLELA (Google, OSM)

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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jwhittle

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May 28, 2016 12:24 PM EDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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michelleluster

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May 27, 2016 03:11 PM CDT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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catabbott

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May 18, 2016

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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asl5120

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May 27, 2016 01:41 PM EDT

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rwp84

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May 25, 2016

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phototime

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May 25, 2016

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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cae1

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May 26, 2016

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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krancmm

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May 22, 2016 02:56 PM COT

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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sherylpollock

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May 20, 2016

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Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos

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sherylpollock

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May 20, 2016
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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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