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common-ringlet

The butterflies in Rocky Mountain National Park are getting more numerous and more active. I’ve seen quite a few different species in the last few days…it’s just catching up to them to get that photograph that’s sometimes hard!

This Common Ringlet butterfly is about 1 1/2″ with ocher above and below and an eyespot near the tip of its forewing. Its habitat is grassy meadows and prairies.

I’ve seen quite a few Common Ringlets in the meadows lately. Have you ever seen one? Pretty, don’t you think?

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One Response to “Common Ringlet Butterfly in Rocky Mountain National Park!”

  1. Manny says:

    Manny D’Amonville

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    Manny D’Amonville

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    Stunning and so transparent. The eye on the wing seemed to be looking at me.

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