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Cloudless Sulphur butterfly
2005-09-09 07:55:53

Cloudless Sulphurs are butterflies in the family Pieridae. They are commonly found in open spaces, gardens, glades, seashores, and watercourses. Their range is wide - from South America to southern Canada; they are most common from Argentina to southern Texas and Florida. They are often visitors outside this range but become rarer further north. The breeding season is dependant on the climate...

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