Don't be upset, but I'm afraid those are Northern Pearly Eyes. Check out
the spot pattern, the post median line (thickish) and the white flash on
the underside of the forewing, emanating from the post-median line (near
the leading edge of the wing). Also note the scallopy look to the margins
of the hind wings. Not an uncommon mistake.
At 7/23/2006, you wrote:
>If you can take a look at these photos to confirm if I
>have an Appalachian Brown? It was traveling with a
>Northern Pearly Eye on a woodland trail in the EPT.
>All the descriptions you emailed to me seem to fit
>this ID. I have been passing over the Appys, I think,
>just assuming they were the Eyed Brown.
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