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Spialia mafa is a species of butterfly in the spread-winged skipper subfamily that is found in south-western Africa. These skippers bask with their wings held wide open, but close the wings when at rest. The subfamily consists of seven tribes, a number which has increased in the past several decades as more tribes were recognized.
Travis Thurston, ND
Naturopathic Physician, Graduate of the National College of Natural Medicine - School of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon
One of six fully accredited Naturopathic Medical schools in North America. He currently resides in the Manoa Valley of Honolulu, Hawaii and practices on windward side of Oahu in Kailua town.