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Orange Barred Sulphur - Phoebis philea

Orange Barred Sulphur - Phoebis philea
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
Phoebis philea larva in 3rd instar and 5th or final instar. The final instar larva is yellow with transverse dark stripes when it starts life feeding on Cassia species flowers. The larva may still take on this form if it runs out of flowers to eat.