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Presentation created by Tracy Trimpe The Science Spot - Images from unless otherwise noted. Brushfooted Part #2 (Family Nymphalidae)
Red Admiral Large red or orange band on upperside No eyespots on bottom Caterpillar:
Mourning Cloak Large, light band at edge of wings Camouflaged underside
Red-Spotted Purple Similar to swallowtails, but no tails Black & blue coloring on top, red spots on underside Caterpillar:
Viceroy Mimic of the monarch, but is smaller Has a black line on the hindwings Caterpillar:
Males have two scent patches on hindwings Caterpillar: Monarch Viceroy Black lines on hindwingsDifferent white marks on edges (subfamily Danainae)
6 Butterflies A - F
Identify each butterfly. Viceroy Mourning Cloak Red Admiral Red-Spotted Purple Pearl Crescent Monarch
Viceroy Red Admiral Mourning Cloak Red-Spotted Purple Pearl Crescent THE ANSWERS ARE … Monarch
Presentation created by Tracy Trimpe The Science Spot - Images from unless otherwise noted.
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