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Gray Cracker Chichen Itza (2011).<br />
Is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The wingspan is 76&ndash;98 mm. The larvae feed on Euphorbiaceae species. The adults feed on juices from rotting fruit and animal faeces.<br />
Habitat: It is found in Southern North America ranging to Central South America.The butterfly flies year round in the tropical parts of its range and in August in the temperate part of its range. Geotagged,Gray Cracker,Hamadryas februa,Mexico,Summer Click/tap to enlarge Country intro

Gray Cracker

Chichen Itza (2011).
Is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The wingspan is 76–98 mm. The larvae feed on Euphorbiaceae species. The adults feed on juices from rotting fruit and animal faeces.
Habitat: It is found in Southern North America ranging to Central South America.The butterfly flies year round in the tropical parts of its range and in August in the temperate part of its range.

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The Gray Cracker or Grey Cracker is a species of cracker butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. It is found from Argentina north through tropical America to Mexico. Rare strays can be found up to the lower Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas. The habitat consists of subtropical forests, forest edges and cultivated areas with trees.

Adults are on wing year round in the tropics and from August to October in southern Texas. They feed on sap and rotting fruit.

The larvae feed on.. more

Similar species: Moths And Butterflies
Species identified by Patomarazul
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Uploaded Jul 5, 2016. Captured Sep 11, 2011 23:33 in Unnamed Road, Yucat√°n, Mexico.
  • SP550UZ
  • f/3.5
  • 10/600s
  • ISO1000
  • 9.84mm