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Alcock l983 anise swallowtail bouts butterflies butterfly species captured at nectar Captured Individuals Cherry Grove copulations courtships Cumulative percentages dame's rocket day of brood daylilies defend Directionality of observed EASTERN TIGER SWALLOWTAIL ecological eggs emerge before females factors feeding female emergence females captured field-caught females flight season flyway garden habitat June 11 larval host Lederhouse l978 Lederhouse l982b male-male interactions males and females marked mating system midday mock-orange monogamy morph nectar sources needed by females needed resources non-virgin Number Number of observations observed individuals relative observed mating behavior oviposition sites P;_ glaucus Papilio glaucus patrolling pattern Percentages of males pheromone polygyny polyxenes population protandry recapture rates receptive females relative to micro-habitat reproductive success resources needed Rutowski Scott scramble competition polygyny second matings sex ratios significantly sources per six sources per three sperm Spermatophore counts study area Table temporal distributions tethered females Thornhill and Alcock Total virgin females Wiklund and Fagerstrom