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Butterfly (Central America) ~ Doris Longwing by Kimberly Chadwick
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Tucson Botanical Gardens (Butterfly Magic at the Gardens)
Tucson, Arizona
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Resource~ Tree of life

Doris Longwing

Early stages: Eggs are yellow and approximately 1.1 × 0.8 mm (h x w). Females gather together and usually each one places eggs to a total of 50 to 1000 in leaves of the host plant. Mature larvae have a yellow body with black bands and black scoli and head; length is approximately 0.1 cm. Caterpillars are gregarious (Brown, 1981).

Heliconius doris is distributed from Central America to the Amazon.

. doris occurs from sea level to 1,800 m in forest clearings. Usually individuals fly rapidly and in the middlestory.

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Comments

  • AnnDixon
    AnnDixonover 3 years ago

    GORGEOUS !!!!

  • Thank you Ann!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

  • Lepidoptera
    Lepidopteraover 3 years ago

    The Doris Longing is a beauty, love the red in the wings. Beautiful work Kimberly!

  • Thank you so very much!

    – Kimberly Chadwick

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