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Monarch, female? Perhaps Viceroy after all?


Viceroy: Note the post median


Viceroy


Definitely a Viceroy


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I should emphasize that most of the Limenitis caterpillar


The Viceroy has that extra bl


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Viceroy ?


5th larval instar Lorquin's - Moved


Oh! The Viceroy caterpillar!


Viceroy


Monarch (Danaus plexippus) Ho


Monarch?


It's a Viceroy!


Lorie, how did you seperate this specimen


Limenitis sp.


Viceroy, or something else in


White Admiral or Viceroy butt


Viceroy butterfly.


Viceroy


viceroy.


Definitely looks like a Viceroy caterpillar, but


I bet Viceroy...


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


I'm putting it under Viceroy, but there is a chance I'm wrong


I'm fairly sure this is a Red-spotted Purple,


I'm fairly sure this is a Viceroy


Actually a Red-spotted Purple


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Some moths do hang like this, but most do not


Agree with your ID - Viceroy


Looks like the viceroy to me,


Pupa of the viceroy butterfly


Viceroy - Limenitis archippus


Try a Viceroy larvae


I found one too!


Basilarchia sp. (likely red-spotted purple)


Viceroy.


Viceroy.


Thank you Ron for the Viceroy


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No, not a Viceroy, it's a Monarch


and costs...


Viceroy


I think it's a viceroy.


subspecies archippus


subspecies floridensis


subspecies floridensis


just a note


I see two rows


Viceroy


Red-spotted Purple


I vote for Viceroy


Caterpillars of the


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Viceroy


Viceroy


That's a Monarch!


Two different species/sexes?


Could I ask...


Viceroy caterpillar, perhaps?


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Admirals and Viceroy Butterflies - Genus Limenitis


Admirals and Viceroy Butterflies - Genus Limenitis


Limenitis sp.


Limenitis sp.?


Moved to Limenitis for expert identification.


Good question and one I hope


Moved to Limenitis arthemis astyanax


Somewhere in this neighborhoo


Moved to Limenitis archippus archippus


Limenitis sp.


Limenitis sp.


Viceroy Butterfly


Viceroy


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This specimen appears to


Genus Limenitis?


Genus Limenitis?


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Limenitis


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Florida Viceroy


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Limenitis


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definitely viceroy


Interesting Pattern!


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Monarch has two adjacent spot bands on the dorsal


Actually a similar species, Viceroy


I'd say


Florida Viceroy


Willow is a primary host plant and this is likely a female


Old viceroy


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Viceroy


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Limenitis


Always a gorgeous butterfly especially when just emerged


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RED SPOTTED PURPLE


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Wing veination on both sets o


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Yes, Viceroy


Not D. plexippus


Viceroy


Hybrid Viceroy and Bug Guide


Viceroy Hybrid


I didn't know that.


thank you :-)


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Probably came off the Cherry


Almost certainly correct,


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The truth will out.


Based on, location it is either a Viceroy or Red-spotted Purple


Moved to Limenitis archippus - Viceroy


definitely Limenitis


Note black line crossing


Viceroy?


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Interesting...


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the subspecies is an assumption


Looks like one of the Limenitis


Ah! You are very lucky to have either the Viceroy


That's what it is


You are correct; it is a hybrid


Viceroy, Verified.


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Possibly a Lorquin's Admiral / Viceroy hybrid?


Southern viceroy ?


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Limenitis archippus


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Most likely a White Admiral


Akeley Swamp butterfly list


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you might be thinking of a "Queen" ??


Viceroy


When I was in grade school


Viceroy?


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species of butterfly from Limenitis genus


a species of Limenitis genus


My money's on Viceroy..


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Thanks for your help. I'm no


Viceroy


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Limenitis sp.


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Willow implies Viceroy,


Florida Viceroy it is!!


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Limenitis


Monarch?


Odd Viceroy


minor point


Western Viceroy


Limenitis


Viceroy


Limenitis


Looks like


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Intermediate between Red-spotted Purple and White Admiral


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Lower black line


Viceroy or Monarch?


I Think we Have it


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Monarch


Host plant


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I'm not sure


Male Monarch (note scent glands in rear wings)


Info


Larva of Red-spotted Purple o


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Red spotted purple


It is an Admiral caterpillar


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Limenitis caterpillar


Limenitis


Limenitis


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Viceroy


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speculation: Limenitis?


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Yup


It's feeding on black cherry (Prunus serotina)...


RE: Viceroy.


Looks to be Viceroy


Diagnostics


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Skippers now in Hesperioidea


Yes, it is.


The butterfly is a Viceroy


Red-spotted Purple it is


looks like a Florida Viceroy


I'm Goin' With Viceroy


I've posted exactly one Viceroy.


ooopsies!


An ongoing process


Mimicry Problems


Viceroy Caterpillar


Caterpillar


White Admiral/Viceroy/Red-spotted Purple


Viceroy or Red-spotted


Either a Viceroy or a Red Spotted Purple


Looks to be Viceroy


I wouldn't frass them, but th


March 11th, 2008 Update


Thank you


Viceroy or Red-Spotted Purple


Yeah, you've got it right.


not Monarch


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Actually no need to repost


Viceroy posted to Guide


viceroy


Viceroy


chrysalis


Do you think it's a Monarch or a Viceroy?


viceroy


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Aren't they year-round in Florida?


Different


My thoughts


Requested information...


Interesting


I think you can safely label this a Viceroy


I thought . .


There was a comment


same here


Lines crossing back wings


Red-spotted Purple


Limenitis archippus


That is correct...


Viceroy


You're welcome


Thanks to both of you


Yes!


Convergent Evolution vs. Batesian mimicry


This guy is really spiny


And a dark one.


Yes


The results


I would love to know


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