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Welcome to the Floral group! This one is very interesting. Like. Rainer

This is also the Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia)
The undersides of its wings are tan and brown, making it resemble a dead leaf.

Yes, that is Polygonia gracilis zephyrus
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This beauty is called Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma) On this page

His Name is Variegated Fritillary Butterfly (Euptoieta claudia)
A beautiful picture of him

With this beautiful image you show us the Zerene Fritillary (Speyeria zerene)

Thanks for your help identifying these butterflies. I recently added a few new ones.

This is also the Gulf Fritillary, but his wing undersides. (Agraulis vanillae)
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I'm no expert. Seeking like when the sufficient time is here :-)

This Nymphalidae is called Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae)
Greetings to the USA

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