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Papilio glaucus


This is no a Papilio glaucus.


Papilio glaucus. Too far sout


It is a male Papilio glaucus


Pictured above P. canadensis f. "fletcheri"


Pictured above: Female P. canadensis f. "fletcheri"


Yes, probably Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


Looks like Papilio glaucus (E


Papilio glaucus larva, third


Papilio glaucus. It's just pa


Papilio glaucus.


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) female


Papilio glaucus


098 is for sure


Tiger Swallowtail


Possibly Papilio glaucus...


I'm surprized this one never caused a discussion.


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)?


I think it's Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


Papilio


papilio spec.


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Moved to Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


P. glaucus


I would agree with Papilio gl


Papilio


In that location, this could be


2nd or 3rd instar Papilio gla


definitely Papilio glaucus


it is a male Papilio glaucus


either Papilio glaucus or Papilio canadensis


Looks like


tiger swallowtail, Papilio gl


I'm pretty sure this is a Tiger Swallowtail


Do you have an underside view?


How I tell them apart


Your location doesn't make it certain,


Kept popping back into Papilio when I tried to move it,


just one candidate in Northeast, though! - um, no, two


Eastern or Canadian Tiger Swallowtail, P. glaucus or canadensis


Swallowtail looks right


Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


Very interesting discussion


Western, not Eastern


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


Definitely a swallowtail, most likely genus Papilio


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Frassed - has been identified and not needed for guide.


Papilio glaucus


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Papilio glaucus ID


Looks like...


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Moved to Papilio glaucus.


Moved to Papilio glaucus


Moved to Papilio glaucus


Moved to Papilio glaucus


We were thinking


We're thinking


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Frassed


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Papilio glaucus


Most likely Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Papilio glaucus


ID of this Butterfly 🦋


female Tiger Swallowtail


Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus (female)


Gynandromorph


Looks more like the Eastern T


Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus cat…


We certainly see Papilio glaucus


Thanks for papilio glaucus ID, John!


Papilio glaucus


Looks like an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Papilio glaucus


Tiger swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


definitely an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern tiger swallowtail,


That looks like a...


Papilio glaucus


looks more like a female Papilio canadensis


How about this?


Swallowtail


Jimmy is correct


close - it is a Swallowtail Chrysalis (empty)


Papilio glaucus


nope


Not sure how that works


This is actually a male Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


It is a female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


We also find Papilio glaucus on Ptelea


Papilio Glaucus


Papilio glaucus


Moved


Maybe


Papilio glaucus


Papilio canadensis pupa


This is a Tiger Swallowtail chrysalis (pupa)


Possibly


male Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - P


It is a Tiger Swallowtail,


Papilio glaucus


One of the eastern Papilio


impossible?


Male Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


prepupal tiger swallowtail?


caterpillar


This is a young Tiger Swallowtail caterpillar


Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail dark female


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail dark female


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


butterfly caterpillar


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


Papilio glaucus


It's an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


You are correct


Probably Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Probably Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


Papilio glaucus?


Might be


I think...


Could be...


Very rare fm. "fletcheri"


Papilio glaucus


It is indeed a Tiger Swallowtail larva,


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)


This is an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Location


Always a spectacular butterfly


I'm guessing


just an observation


Yes it's Papilio glaucus


Not an expert but...


Looks like a male Canadian Tiger - Papilio canadensis


Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


Papilio glaucus


I'd Say Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Two-tailed tiger swallowtail.


Papilio glaucus


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


this is a male, Eastern Tiger (Papilio glaucus)


Papilio glaucus male


My Best Bet


Canadian Tiger?


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail or Appalachian Tiger Swallowtail


Yup, many swallowtail larvae ...


yes, appears to be female Pap


Papilio glaucus


Pale


Papilio glaucus in Washington


Black Eastern Tiger ST


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


E. Tiger Swallowtail


Fantastic!


Female Tiger Swallowtail


Looks like a Eastern Tiger Sw


Tiger Swallowtail


Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Early instar - Papilio glaucus


Tiger Swallowtail


Yes, it's glaucus


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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Caterpillar