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Speyeria - Wikipedia
Speyeria, commonly known as greater fritillaries, is a genus of butterflies in the family Nymphalidae commonly found in North America, Europe, and Asia. Some authors used to consider this taxon a subgenus of Argynnis, but it has been reestablished as a separate genus in 2017.
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Speyeria | Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site
Speyeria callippe juba is strongly reddish beneath, with varying degrees of silvering. It occurs on the Sierran West slope, at Washington and Lang Crossing, and may be quite common in mesic forest and successional sites, where it visits Pink Dogbane, Giant Hyssop, Yerba Santa, Coyotemint, Wild Buckwheats and other flowers freely.
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Genus Speyeria - Greater Fritillaries - BugGuide.Net
Jul 06, 2020 · Dunford, James C. Taxonomic overview of the greater fritillary genus Speyeria Scudder and the atlantis - hesperis species complexes, with species accounts, type images, and relevant literature (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Insecta Mundi 0090, Sept. 2009.
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Regal Fritillary (Speyeria idalia Drury): A Technical
The regal fritillary (Speyeria idalia) has been documented from 33 states and five Canadian provinces. It has been assigned a Global Heritage Status Rank of G3 (vulnerable).
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THE GENUS SPEYERIA AND THE Speyeria atlantis Speyeria
the genus speyeria and the speyeria atlantis/speyeria hesperis complex: species and subspecies accounts, systematics, and biogeography (lepidoptera: nymphalidae) by james christopher dunford a dissertation presented to the graduate school of the university of florida in partial fulfillment
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Diana Fritillary - Alabama Butterfly Atlas
Diana Fritillary Speyeria diana. View More Photos ». Butterfly : Wingspan: 3½ - 4½ inches (8.7 - 11.3 cm). Large. Upperside of male wings is orange at outer portions and black/brown at base; females are black with blue on outer part of hindwing. Undersides do not have spot pattern.
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Butterflies and Moths of Southern California
Speyeria callippe (Callippe fritillary) Speyeria coronis (Coronis fritillary) Strymon melinus (Gray hairstreak) Vanessa annabella (West coast lady) Vanessa atalanta (Red admiral) Vanessa cardui (Painted lady) Vanessa virginiensis (American lady) Moths by Latin name Hemihyalea edwardsii (Edward's glassywing) Hemileuca eglanterina (Common sheep moth)
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Results of Butterfly Surveys on Magic Mountain
(Speyeria . adiaste atossa), which was last observed near Mt. Pinos . in . 1959,2) a . very localized race of the Sonoran blue (Philotes sonorensis) that once occurred in the upper San Gabriel wash above Azusa (to 1968), and 3) the Palos Verdes blue (Glaucopsyche lygdamus palosverdesensis, herein referred to as PVB),
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VoLlI: nos.1-3 - Yale University
example, in A rgynnis (Speyeria) callippe of California. coastal races differ from the inland ones by a white band across the middle portions of the wings. The western Sierran races possess unsilvered spots on 1·he underside of the wings; all the others are silvered except in the southern end of the distribu
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