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Insects/Bugs/Bees/Butterflies - Eastern Comma
Class:Insecta Order:Lepidoptera Family:Nymphalidae Genus:Polygonia


How do you tell the difference between a Question Mark butterfly and an Eastern Comma? The Comma has three black spots on the forewing while the Question Mark has four. Both butterflies have a white comma on the underside of their hindwings, The Question Mark has a white dot at the end of comma.

All species pages are currently being updated with more useful descriptions and information.

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