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The Koa butterfly, sometimes called Blackburn’s Blue (Udara blackburni) is one of the only two native butterflies in Hawaii. It is only about an inch long with the upper sides of the wings blue and the undersides green. This butterfly was photographed along the Kilauea Iki trail in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island of Hawaii.
- © 2009 John L. Dengler
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America Big Island Blackburn's Blue HAVO Hawai'i Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park Hawaii Hawaii Island Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Island of Hawaii Koa butterfly NPS National Park Service North America Scientific and Cultural Organization U.S. UNESCO UNESCO Biosphere reserve UNESCO World Heritage site US USA Udara blackburni United Nations Educational United States United States of America animal animals biosphere reserve butterfly close up close-up endemic environment fauna insect invertebrates macro native nature outdoors protected land travel travel destination vertical wildlife world heritage site
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- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - Big Island of Hawaii, Hawaii - Big Island of Hawaii