Butterflies: How to Identify and Attract Them to Your Garden
With instructions on how to attract and identify over 250 North American butterflies, this book presents a great way to beautify and accessorize your garden naturally. Includes location charts and lifecycle notes.
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American Painted Lady areas Flight band of orange band of white bands of black black dots black patches black spots blue caterpillar is green caterpillar is light caterpillar stage chrysalis is brown chrysalis is green chrysalis is mottled chrysalis stage color dark brown eggs are laid FACTS AND FEATURES FEATURES Habitat Open female Fiery Skipper Flight 1 brood Flight Several broods forewing Fritillary Grasses Nectar sources Gray Hairstreak gray-brown green caterpillar green with yellow Habitat Open areas hind wing Host plants Grasses Host plants Various inches Legumes Lifecycle notes Caterpillar Lifecycle notes Eggs light green male milkweed months are spent mottled brown Mourning Cloak Nectar sources Unknown North orange patches Orange Sulphur Pipevine Swallowtail plants Various types purple range red-brown Red-spotted Purple round in South side stripes Silver-spotted Skipper Spring Azure submarginal band Tawny-edged Skipper Tiger Swallowtail Western Tiger Swallowtail white patches wooded areas woodlands yellow stripes