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Nature Notebook

Whenever we look for signs of spring during maple sugaring time, we can always count on seeing a mourning cloak butterfly. A mourning cloak’s wingspan as a butterfly averages about four inches long and has distinct coloring with mostly dark maroon wings with a pale-yellow edge.

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