Butterflies Of The Fields

It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words.  Suffice it to say that several thousand words are being spoken here. These are the denizens that inhabit the kaleidoscope of color that is Wildflowers of The Escambia.

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Palamedes Swallowtail
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Buckeye
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Zebra Swallowtail
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Gulf Fritillary

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Hackberry Emperor


White M Hairstreak

Red-banded Hairstreak


Gray Hairstreak

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Cloudless Sulphur

Monarch Butterfly

Queen Butterfly

Viceroy

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Red-spotted Purple

Silver-spotted Skipper

Variegated Gulf Fritillary


Question Mark

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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail


Red Admiral

Zebra Longwing Butterfly


Giant Swallowtail

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Sleepy Orange Skipper


Painted Lady

Spicebush Swallowtail


Long-tailed Skipper

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Tawny-edged
Skipper


Two-barred Flasher


Horace's Dusky-wing


Pearl Cresent

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Ocola Skipper

Cabbage White

Clouded Sulphur

White Peacock

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Tropical Checkered Skipper

Common Checkered Skipper


Summer Azure


Black Swallowtail

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Creole Pearly Eye


Southern Pearly Eye


Carolina Satyr

Orange-barred Sulphur

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Fiery Skipper
 

 Barred Yellow Skipper
 

 
Tawny Emperor
 

 
Little Metalmark
             

 Hammock Skipper
           

           

 

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