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Photo#156370
Papilio polyxenes - male

Papilio polyxenes - Male
Tierra Grande, Valencia County, New Mexico, USA
June 4, 2006

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Papilio polyxenes - male Papilio polyxenes - male Papilio polyxenes - male

Moved
Moved from Black Swallowtail.

Moved
Moved from Black Swallowtail.

yellow abdomen, black valvae, centered black anal spot
There was a loose flap on the right hind wing that flipped over and made it look like a chunk was missing in this photo, but you can still see the details that matter. I'm sure it fell off soon after this.

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