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Sleepy Orange butterfly (Abaeis nicippe)  Habitat: Low elevation areas including pine flats, fields, desert scrub, gardens, vacant lots, road edges, and washes. Range: Central America north to along the United States-Mexico border; vagrant to non-mountainous parts of the eastern U. S. south of 40 latitude; rare stray to Ontario, Connecticut, South Dakota, and Colorado.

Sleepy Orange butterfly (Abaeis nicippe) Habitat: Low elevation areas including pine flats, fields, desert scrub, gardens, vacant lots, road edges, and washes. Range: Central America north to along the United States-Mexico border; vagrant to non-mountainous parts of the eastern U. S. south of 40 latitude; rare stray to Ontario, Connecticut, South Dakota, and Colorado.

The Ruby Tiger Moth is very common throughout the Maltese Islands.

The moth, known as Rubin in Maltese, can grow up to Its two forewings are dark brown while its hind wings are reddish-pink. On their forewings, they have a black spot, while on their hind.

Gulf Fritillary-Wings

Take my insects--Please!

Queen Butterfly on Verbena, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington, USA Photographic Print by Darrell Gulin at Art.com

Queen Butterfly on Verbena, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington, USA

Queen Butterfly on Verbena, Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle, Washington, USA Photographic Print

Sachem Skipper, Atalopedes campestris

Butterflies and Skippers Archives - Page 46 of 162 - What's That Bug?

Orchard Swallowtail (Scientific name: Papilio aegeus) is an Australian butterfly from the Family Papilionidae found in Eastern Australia. It is the largest butterfly commonly found in Brisbane. It feeds on citrus fruits and trees. Both male and female have black forewings with a white stripe. The wings span is about 105 millimeters.

Orchard Swallowtail (Scientific name: Papilio aegeus) is an Australian butterfly from the Family Papilionidae found in Eastern Australia. The butterfly me and moo tried to save.

WOW Butterflies, like all flowers, animals and plants have names!  Not enough to say, "pretty", or "wow"

WOW Butterflies, like all flowers, animals and plants have names! Not enough to say, "pretty", or "wow"

Boloria Dia

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Boloria Dia Photo'.

Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor) Distinguished from other dark swallowtails by: -- mostly dark forewing -- single row of orange spots on underhindwing -- lack of orange spot on dorsal hindwing  Graham Co., NC 1 May 2004 Jeff's Nature Home Page http://www.jeffpippen.com/

Pipe Vine Swallow Tail Mael & Female Plant Dutchmans Pipe Vine they will come.

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