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English: Doris Heliconius doris Linnaeus butterfly. Characteristics are two white spots on fore-wing, scalloped margin of hind wing, marginal row of small, white spots along the hind wing. The fan with fingers is orange here but can also be blue or green. Photograph taken in the Costa Rican Glasshouse at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens by Joy Schoenberger in 2007.
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