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Swallowtail Butterfly, but which one? - Papilio glaucus - female

Swallowtail Butterfly, but which one? - Papilio glaucus - Female
Old Homosassa, Citrus County, Florida, USA
June 4, 2006

Dark form female tiger
- you can see the faint tiger stripes even though she's black.

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Dark form female tiger....
Thanks Hannah,

...another one in the bag!

Dave

 
It's a nice example -
I'm moving it to the guide.

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