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Contact: Dr. Nick V. Grishin
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Satyr (1 of 2)

Caption: "Intricate Satyr (A) and Carolina Satyr (B) are very similar in wing patterns despite being more evolutionarily distant from each other, but South Texas Satyr (C) is distinguished by smaller eyespots are wavier lines, while being much closer related to Carolina Satyr."

Credit: Nick V. Grishin

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