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    • Papilio glaucus
    • Papilio glaucas
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    • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
  • French
    • papillon tigrĂ© de l'Est

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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April 9, 2010

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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June 16, 2008

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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August 21, 2007

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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July 7, 2006

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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July 7, 2006

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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snowgyre

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July 7, 2006

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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anewman

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April 30, 2012

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GBWMB (Google, OSM)

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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jamescolston

Date

September 24, 2015 12:22 PM CDT

Description

Swallowtail feeding on Texas sage.

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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crusty

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August 27, 2015

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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lizlovesnature

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August 16, 2014

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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lepalot

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April 30, 2006

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Papilio glaucus

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lepalot

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April 22, 2010
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Description from Wikipedia

The Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus) is a species of swallowtail butterfly native to North America. It is one of the most familiar butterflies in the eastern United States, where it is common in many different habitats. It flies from spring to fall, during which it produces two to three broods. Adults feed on the nectar of many species of flowers, mostly from those of the Apocynaceae, Asteraceae, and Fabaceae families. P. glaucus has a wingspan...

No range data available.