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Nature Notebook

A sedentary routine, a picky diet, and a need to live in an exclusive neighborhood is the lifestyle of the Mitchell’s satyr butterfly which has made it one of Michigan’s most endangered insects. The 1.5 – 1.75-inch butterfly is brown and hard to find, with eyespots on their wings similar to other more common look-alikes.

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