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Viceroy


Just looked through the Limenitis


species of butterfly from Limenitis genus


a species of Limenitis genus


archippus


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


Viceroy


Limenitis sp.


Submitted ID


That's a Monarch!


Limenitis archippus


Viceroy


Viceroy


Monarch (Danaus plexippus) Ho


Limenitis sp.


Moved to Limenitis archippus


Moved to Limenitis archippus


Now THIS...


Not D. plexippus


Viceroy


Vicerory (Limenitis archippus)


Moved to Limenitis archippus - Viceroy


Limenitis archippus


Definitely looks like a Viceroy caterpillar, but


on Aspen, almost certainly L. arthemis


Viceroy


Viceroy?


Maybe something like [i]Limen


Limenitis archippus


Viceroy


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


No.


Limenitis archippus


I Agree With Ron


Another good ID.


Limenitis archippus


John- Very good! Looks like L


Viceroy


I think it's a viceroy.


Limenitis archippus