Flying Now

Everes comyntasBarely… actually she seems to be doing ok with those chucks missing from her forewings. This is an Eastern Tailed-Blue (Everes comyntas); a female, with brown wings on the upperside; the male has blue. Wingspan is close to an inch, so about half inch when perched. And the tails made much of in the common name are tiny: they come off the hind wings like little streamers. You can seem them better below:Everes comyntas

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