Green-eyed butterfly discovered in Texas

05/30/2013 | LiveScience.com

A rare species of butterfly has been found in Texas. The thumbnail-sized Vicroy's Ministreak is similar to the Gray Ministreak with one exception, its green eyes. Identifying the new butterfly had been difficult since its eye color fades when it dies. Researchers were able to observe live ones to make this discovery and say they can be seen from Texas to Costa Rica.

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