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Polygonia interrogationis

Genus Polygonia
Subfamily True Brushfoots
Family Brushfooted Butterflies
All Massachusetts Species


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Occurrence   Statewide - migrant
Abundance Very uncommon to uncommon
Flight Period Mainly early May to late October
Notes One of the regular coastal migrants
Overwintering Adult
More info Massachusetts Butterfly Atlas Website
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Middlesex Fells, Medford

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Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Harvard

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Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge, Harvard

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Leicester
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Jamaica Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Queens, NY
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Northampton West Meadow
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Northampton West Meadow
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