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    Eubanks butterfly slide show Eubanks butterfly slide show Presentation Transcript

    • Butterflies of Lenoir County Mrs. Eubanks’ First Graders 2009-2010
    • Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Abria Mrs. Eubanks 1 st 2010 My butterfly name is Eastern Tiger Swallowtail. My butterfly lives in forest edges and river valleys. It eats wild cherries and lilacs. The size of my butterfly is 3 5/8 – 6 ½ inches. My butterfly colors are yellow with dark tiger stripes. The website I used is www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Gulf Fritillary Alondra Mrs. Eubanks First Grade 2010 This butterfly lives in fields. It eats nectar from lantana. The size of the butterfly is 2 ½ -3 ¾ inches. It is bright orange with black lines. I used the website www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Little Yellow Andres Mrs.Eubanks 1 st grade 2010 My butterfly lives in fields. It eats nectar from the flowers in the aster family. The Little Yellow’s wingspan is 1 ¼-1 ¾. The color of my butterfly is yellow with black. I found my information at: www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • American lady Arli Mrs. Eubanks 1st 2010 This butterfly lives in dunes, meadows, and forest edges. It eats nectar from dogbane, aster, goldenrod, and marigold. The size of it is 1 ¾-2 5/8 inches. The colors of the butterfly is brown, yellow and orange. The website I used is www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Silver-Spotted-Skipper Andrew Mrs. Eubanks First Grade 2010 It lives in the open woods, and foothills. It eats nectar from yellow flowers but likes blue, red, pink, purple, and sometimes white and cream ones. The wingspan of my butterfly is 1 3/4-2 5/8 inches. It’s wings are brown-black and has gold spots. The website is: www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Eastern Comma Demetris Mrs. Eubanks 1 st Grade 2010 Year It lives in swampy lands. It eats rotting fruit and tree sap. My butterfly’s wingspan is 1 3/4-2 1/2 inches. My butterfly is brownish-orange with dark spots. I found this information at www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Carolina Satyr Eryn Mrs. Eubanks 1 st grade 2010 My butterfly’s habitat is grassy places. It eats sap and rotting fruit. The size of my butterfly is 1 ¼ -1 ½ inches. Its colors are black and gray. It also could be brown or yellow. The website address www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Spicebush Swallowowtail Evan Mrs. Eubanks 1 st grade 2010 My butterfly lives in yards and fields. It eats nectar from the Japanese honey suckle, jewelweed, thistles, milkweed, and azaleas. The wingspan is 3 to 4 inches. It is black, blue, white, and yellow. The website we used is: www.butterfliesandmoths.org.
    • Palamedes Swallowtail Isaiah Mrs. Eubanks First Grade 2010 My butterfly lives in swamps and forests. It eats nectar, pepperbush and azaleas. It’s wingspan is 4 ½ to 5 1/8 inches. It is yellow and orange. I used the website: www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Pearl Crescent Jessica Mrs. Eubanks 1 st grade 20010 My butterfly lives in fields and pastures. The wingspan of my butterfly is 1 ¼ -1 ¾ inches. My butterfly eats nectar from dogbane, swamp milkweed, asters, and shepherd’s needles. The colors of my butterfly are orange with black borders. The website that I used is www.butterfiesandmoths.org .
    • Monarch Joey Mrs. Eubanks 1 st Grade 2010 The Monarch lives in weedy areas and fields. It eats nectar from milkweeds. The colors of my butterfly are orange, black and brown. The size of my butterfly is 3 3/8 – 4 7/8 inches. The website for this information is http:// www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Summer Azure Kimberly Mrs. Eubanks First grade 2010 It lives in gardens and stream valleys. They eat Racemose, Dogwood, and New Jersey Tea. The size is 1 5/16-1 1/8 inches. This butterfly has blue, white patches, gray, black dots and zigzag lines. The website we used is http:// www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Fiery Skipper Luke Mrs. Eubanks Grade 1 Year My butterfly lives in gardens and fields. It drinks nectar from pepperbush, milkweed and asters. It is 1 ¼-1 ½ inches in size. I got my information from www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Question Mark Mar’tayshiana Eubanks First grade 2010 My butterfly lives in parks and wooded areas with some open space. It eats nectar from common milkweed. The wingspan is 21/4-3 inches. The colors of my butterfly are red and orange with black spots. I got my information from www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Red-banded Hairsteak Nicolas Mrs. Eubanks 1 st Grade 2010 My butterfly lives in over- ground fields and forest edges. It eats Yarrow wild cherry. It is about 7/8 to 1 1/4 inches. It is orange, white and gray. www. Butterfliesandmoths.com
    • Cabbage White Reena Mrs. Eubanks First grade 2010 This butterfly lives in almost any type of open space. They eat nectar from mustards, dandelions, red clover, and mints. The size of my butterfly is 1 ¾-2 ¼ inches. The color of my butterfly is white with black spots. The website is www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Sleepy Orange Rylee Mrs. Eubanks 1 st grade 2010 My butterfly’s habitat is gardens. The food that my butterfly eats is nectar from many species of flowers, including Shepherd’s Needle. The size of my butterfly is 1 3/8- 2 ¼ inches. This is the website I used: www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Red Admiral Sawyer Mrs. Eubanks 1 st Grade 2010 It lives in yards and parks. It eats nectar from red clovers, common milkweed and aster. My butterfly’s wing span is about 1 ¾ - 3inches. The colors are black, white and orange. The website address I used is www.butterfliesandmoths.org.
    • Common Buckeye Sean Mrs. Eubanks Grade 1 2010 My butterfly lives in yards and pastures. My butterfly gets i t ’s nectar from the aster and chicory. It’s wing span is 1 5/8-2 3/4 inches. We got the information from www.butterfliesandmoths.org .
    • Viceroy Shavonda Mrs Eubanks Ist 2010 My butterfly lives by wet meadows and swamps. My butterfly eats aphid honey dew and decaying fungi. The size of my butterfly is 2 ½ - 3 3/8 inches. The colors of the butterfly are orange with black lines across the hind wing and white dots. The website address is www.butterfliesandmoths.org.
    • Orange Sulphur Taylor Mrs. Eubanks Grade 1 Year 2010 My butterfly lives in meadows and fields. It eats nectar from dandelion, milkweeds , golden rods and asters. It’s size is 1 3/8-2 3/4 inches. The color of my butterfly is yellow, black and orange. www.butterfliesandmoths.org
    • Cloudless Sulphur Yahir Mrs. Eubanks First Grade 2010 My butterfly lives in yards and gardens. It eats nectar from cardinal flowers, lantana, and hibiscus. My butterfly’s size is 2 14-38 inches long. The color of my butterfly is yellow with white dark spots. www.butterfiesandmoths.org