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What host plants are grown to feed caterpillars? -
... , ulmaceae - Hackberry family, celtis 1. Celtis spp. - hackberry, sugarberry Great spangled Fritilary - Violet family, viola Mourning Cloak - Willow family, salicaceae - Cottonwood family, populus - Elm family, ulmus White Admiral - Birch family, betula - Willow ...
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... over the winter months. On a mild, sunny early spring day, you may spot a Mourning Cloak taking the air. Butterflies in the Anglewing family overwinter in the adult stage, often finding ... Painted Lady Larvae Hybernaculi On a mild, sunny early spring day, you may spot a Mourning Cloak taking the air. In a small way, you can support the butterfly populations in your ...
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Fauna of Roosevelt, Monmouth County, New Jersey, Fund for Roosevelt, Inc., Vertebrates, Reptiles, Amphibians, Mammals, Birds, Mollusks, Insects, Arachnids, Bibliography, Beetles, Butterflies, Dragonflies, Damselflies, Ticks, Wasps, Bees, Ants
... ] Tyrannus tyrannus [Eastern Kingbird] Vireo solitarius [Solitary Vireo] Zenaida macroura [Mourning Dove] Zonotrichia albicollis [White Throated Sparrow] [Invertebrates] [Mollusks] Campeloma decisum ( ... [American Copper] Malacosma americanum (Fabricius) [Eastern Tent Caterpillar] Nymphalis antiopa (L.) [Mourning Cloak] Papilio glaucus L. [Eastern Tiger Swallowtail] Papilio polyxenes Fabricius [ ...
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Butterflies of Monmouth County and Their Major Food Plants, Borough of Roosevelt, Fund for Roosevelt, Environmental Commission
... Fritillary Boloria bellona Violets Viola spp. Y Monarch Danaus plexippus Y Milkweed Asclepias spp. Y Mourning Cloak Nymphalis antiopa Y Birch Betula spp. Y Williows Salix spp. Y Mulberry Wing Poanes massasoit ...
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Beagle Ridge Herb Farm - newsletters - Herbal display gardens,hiking trails and classes
... am glad they are here. They are the larvae of the Mourning Cloak butterfly, which feeds on willow. Remember we plant many things ... wide range of plant species. Some butterflies, however, seldom nectar. The mourning cloak butterfly, for example, prefers to feed on the sap of trees, ... are all visiting in the gardens this week, and the Mourning Cloak should pupate in a couple of weeks. All in all ...
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Beagle Ridge Herb Farm - newsletters - Herbal display gardens,hiking trails and classes
... am glad they are here. They are the larvae of the Mourning Cloak butterfly, which feeds on willow. Remember we plant many things ... wide range of plant species. Some butterflies, however, seldom nectar. The mourning cloak butterfly, for example, prefers to feed on the sap of trees, ... are all visiting in the gardens this week, and the Mourning Cloak should pupate in a couple of weeks. All in all ...
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Botany Garden Butterflies and Dragonflies
... Fritillary Spot-winged Glider Great Spangled Fritillary White-faced Meadowhawk Pearl Crescent Cherry-faced(?) Meadowhawk Mourning Cloak Band-winged Meadowhawk Milbert's Tortoiseshell Dot-tailed Whiteface Red Admiral American Lady Painted Lady ...
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... , West Palm Beach, FL 33415-1395USA; 561-233-1749; USDA zone: 9b AHS zone: 10 Mourning Cloak Ranch and Botanical Gardens 22101 Old Town Road , Tehachapi, CA 93561USA; 805-822-1661; USDA ...
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Floridata: Butterfly Gallery
... Little Sulphur Eurema lisa Long-Tailed Skipper Urbanus proteus Malachite Siproeta stelenes Monarch Danaus plexippus Mourning Cloak Nymphalis antiopa Orange Sulphur Colias eurytheme Palamedes Swallowtail Papilio palamedes Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos Pipevine ...
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