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Speyeria cybele leto | Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site
Our largest Frit, and the one showing the most dramatic sexual dimorphism. Leto is widespread at and above 5000' but is never common; many populations seem to be at very low density-just a few pairs per year. The preferred habitat is moist meadows adjacent to forest. Females wander a great deal and often turn up far from "home."
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Speyeria cybele leto (Behr, 1862) - butterfliesofamerica.com
Speyeria cybele leto (Behr, 1862) Proc. Calif. Acad. Sci. 2(12): 173, no. 3. Original Combination: Argynnis Leto. Type Locality: “California” implied from title of paper, “peculiar to the western slope” from the description; neotype from “Near Carson City, Ormsby County, Nevada.” [Ormsby County no …
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Species Summary - a100.gov.bc.ca
Scientific Name: Speyeria cybele leto (Behr, 1862) : English Name: Great Spangled Fritillary, leto subspecies Classification / Taxonomy: Scientific Name - Concept ...
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Speyeria | Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site
Speyeria cybele leto Our largest Frit, and the one showing the most dramatic sexual dimorphism. Leto is widespread at and above 5000' but is never common; many populations seem to be at very low density-just a few pairs per year.
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Speyeria cybele leto (Great Spangled Fritillary)
Speyeria cybele leto USA: OREGON: Wallowa Co., FR 4670, McCarty Rd., ca. 1 mi. N FR 4625, 13-VIII-2010
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E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Fauna of BC (Mobile
The southern subspecies, leto, is our largest fritillary; in addition, the females are the only dimorphic females of Speyeria in BC. The northern subspecies, pseudocarpenteri, is smaller than some southern Speyeria but larger than the other Speyeria species in northeastern BC. The sexes are not dimorphic.
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Speyeria thumbnails - List of butterflies of North America
Speyeria cybele letona dos Passos & Grey, 1945 Great Spangled Fritillary : Speyeria cybele leto (Behr, 1862) Great Spangled Fritillary : Speyeria cybele pugetensis F. Chermock & Frechin, 1947 Great Spangled Fritillary : Speyeria cybele eileenae J. Emmel, T. Emmel & Mattoon, 1998 Great Spangled Fritillary : Speyeria aphrodite cullasaja Gatrelle ...
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Oregon and Washington Butterfly Photos - Brush-footed
Aug 01, 2006 · Leto Fritillary (Speyeria leto), female Camp Sherman, Jefferson Co., OR 8/1/06. Often considered to be a subspecies of the Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele leto). Females are quite different from the eastern US version of Great Spangled Fritillary. The eastern and western populations were lumped because they intergrade where their ranges meet.
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Great spangled fritillary - Wikipedia
Its wingspan ranges from 62 to 88 mm (2.4 to 3.5 in). It is characterized by its orange color above with five black dashes near forewing base and several irregular black dashes at the base of the hindwing. In addition, two rows of black crescents run along the edges of the wings. Below, the forewing is yellowish orange with black marks similar to the upperside, with a few silver spots on the tip of the wing. The hindwing i…
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Checklist of Utah Lepidoptera
Speyeria atlantis wasatchia dos Passos & Grey 1945. (wasatch dark fritillary) Speyeria hydaspe sakantula Skinner 1911. (rockymountain maroon fritillary) Speyeria mormonia Boisduval 1869. (mormon subalpine fritillary) Speyeria leto letona Behr 1862. (western spangled fritillary) Speyeria nokomis apacheana Skinner 1918. (lightdisc wetlands ...
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