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The lyside sulphur butterfly is one of those highly active tropical pale yellow-to-white butterflies often seen flittering about patches of wildflowers and bushes, often joined by others butterfly species and bees, such as this one in South Texas in the Rio Grande Valley. This species is widespread in Texas and Mexico, and can be found in Arizona, Nicaragua, Guatemala, the Caribbean Islands and South Florida.
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