Texas Highways, Volume 51 Number 10, October 2004 Page: 48
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[CLoCKWISE, FROM TOP LEFT] At last year's festival, participants spotted
129 species, including the large Orange Sulphur butterfly and the
Two-Barred Flasher. The caterpillars of Tiger Moths look hairy; this
one is feeding o- mistflower. The tiny Western Pygmy Blue meas-
ures only 5 to 7 millimeters (about a half-inch) wide. The diverse
Lepidoptera wor d boasts members of all shapes and sizes.
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