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Queen Panacea - Panacea regina The Queen Panacea, Panacea regina (Nymphalidae), also commonly referred to as Queen Flasher, is a colorful butterfly found across much of Amazonia from Colombia to Peru and southern Brazil. Panacea regina is the largest member of the genus. It was discovered by the legendary explorer and naturalist Henry Walter Bates, and named after the Queen Victoria (Victoria regina). Reference: [1] Photo credit: ©Jeffrey Glassberg | Locality: Napo, Ecuador (2014)

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Blue Pansy Butterfly (Junonia orithya, Nymphalidae) occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia.

Southern  dogface butterfly. Can you spot the poodle face on the wings?

Can you spot the poodle face on the wings?

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Mariposa by Magí Franquesa -  Magnificent Butterfly!

Red Flag Winged Butterfly (Heliconius melpomene) found from Mexico to South America

Garden Acraea (Acraea horta)

Butterfly, Botanical Garden, South Africa -- by andiwolfe

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