Eurema dina, Dina's Sulphur
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Description: 16-20 mm. Males are orange-yellow on dorsal side with black boarder on tip of forewing. Underside is yellow with faint brown markings. Females are lighter in color and variable. They are yellow in color with an orange patch on the hindwing.
Habitat and Distribution: Tropical hardwood hammocks. They have been found only on Key Largo in the Keys.
Host Plant: Alvaradoa amorphoides
Natural History: While this species appears locally abundant in the Southern mainland of Florida, we have never seen them in the Keys. The host does not occur in the Keys either making this species a rare stray as it does not breed in the Keys.
Male fell prey to a robber fly