Review Notes: This specimen does not have the series of dark spots on the underside of both wings, like the Clouded and Orange Sulphurs. So it must be a Pink-Edged Sulphur. I presume that the pic was taken in a habitat containing blueberry, a bog, a dry sandy area, or a high rocky ridge. Ross Layberry
Franklin County, New York, United States
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