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Battus p. philenor (Linnaeus, 1771)
(Pipevine Swallowtail)

Immatures, page 3

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Battus philenor philenor pupa, Buncombe Co., NC, USA 22-VII-06

Battus philenor philenor pupa, Buncombe Co., NC, USA 22-VII-06

Battus philenor philenor 1st instar larvae on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 25-IX-2010

Battus philenor philenor top larva 2nd instar, bottom 1st instar on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 28-IX-2010

Battus philenor philenor 2nd instar larva on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 30-IX-2010

Battus philenor philenor 2nd instar larva set to molt on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 03-X-2010

Battus philenor philenor 3rd instar larva on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 03-X-2010

Battus philenor philenor 4th instar larvae on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900'

Battus philenor philenor 5th instar larva on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 24-X-2010

Battus philenor philenor 5th instar larva on Aristolochia durior
USA: ARIZONA: Pima Co., Santa Catalina Mtns., 2900', 24-X-2010


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