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Just looked through the Limenitis

species of butterfly from Limenitis genus

a species of Limenitis genus


Viceroy - Limenitis archippus

speculation: Limenitis?

Limenitis sp.

Yes . . .

Limenitis sp.

Moved to Limenitis archippus archippus

This looks like Limenitis arc

definitely Limenitis

You are correct; it is a hybrid

Pupa of the viceroy butterfly

Red-spotted Purple


Limenitis sp.

Submitted ID

That's a Monarch!

Limenitis archippus



Monarch (Danaus plexippus) Ho

Limenitis sp.

Moved to Limenitis archippus

Moved to Limenitis archippus

Now THIS...

Not D. plexippus


Vicerory (Limenitis archippus)

Moved to Limenitis archippus - Viceroy

Limenitis archippus

Definitely looks like a Viceroy caterpillar, but

on Aspen, almost certainly L. arthemis



Maybe something like [i]Limen

Limenitis archippus


It is in genus Limenitis. The only genus in that region

Please see...

minor point

Looks like the viceroy to me,

Western Viceroy

i will take a stab...

It is an Admiral caterpillar


Limenitis archippus

I Agree With Ron

Another good ID.

Limenitis archippus

John- Very good! Looks like L


I think it's a viceroy.

Limenitis archippus