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Mariposas Del Jardin Y Campo - Butterflies of the Field and Garden
 

Mariposas Del Jardin Y Campo - Butterflies of the Field and Garden

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Spanish and English presentation on butterflies that are seen in American and Mexican fields and home gardens. Special emphasis is made to show photographs of butterflies in each of the six major ...

Spanish and English presentation on butterflies that are seen in American and Mexican fields and home gardens. Special emphasis is made to show photographs of butterflies in each of the six major families. Also, favorite butterfly foodplants are shown.

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    Mariposas Del Jardin Y Campo - Butterflies of the Field and Garden Mariposas Del Jardin Y Campo - Butterflies of the Field and Garden Presentation Transcript

    • Gil Quintanilla Presenta: Mariposas del Jardin y Campo
    • Biologia - Ciclo de Vida LARVA ADULT EGG PUPA
    • Coluda Marius Rekoa Marius Hairstreak
    • Cual es Mariposa?
    • Reina real y Monarca real Queen and Monarch
    • Anacua
    • Esperanza
    • Duranta
    • Lantana
    • Tulipan del Monte (Heart-leaf Hibiscus)
    • Saltadora en Senecio confusus (Mexican Flame Vine)
    • Las 6 Familias Corolas (Swallowtails)
    • Corola cresphontes (Giant Swallowtail)
    • Corola philenor en flor Zinnia ( Pipevine Swallowtail)
    • Corola polyxenes (Black Swallowtail)
    • Familia # 2 Blancas y Amarillas (Whites and Yellows)
    • Blanca dudilla y Blanca monuste ( Florida and Great Southern Whites)
    • Blanca Gigante Giant White
    • Amarilla eurytheme (Orange Sulphur )
    • Amarilla agarithe en flor del campo ( Large Orange & Scarlet Musk Flower)
    • Amarilla cesonia en Duranta (Southern Dogface)
    • Amarilla clorinde en Anacahuita (White Angled-Sulphur)
    • Familia #3 Coludas y Azules (Hairstreaks and Blues)
    • Coluda melinus ( Gray Hairstreak)
    • Coluda halesus (Great Purple Hairstreak)
    • Azul ceraunus (Ceraunus Blue)
    • Familia #4 Metalicas (Metalmarks)
    • Metalica nemesis (Fatal Metalmark)
    • Metalica Azul (Blue Metalmark)
    • Metalica melanis pixie (Red-bordered Pixie)
    • Familia #5 Nimphalidae (Brushfoots)
    • Greta Morgane en Gorra de Turko (Thick-tipped Greta) Clearwing Butterfly
    • Ninfa stelenes (Malachite)
    • Myscelia ethusa (Mexican Bluewing & Anacua Berries)
    • Ninfa theona (Theona Checkerspot)
    • Reinas real en Betony (Queens on Betony Mistflower)
    • Reina real y Soldado real (Queen and her Soldier) BRUSHFOOTS
    • Ninfa fatima (Banded Peacock)
    • Famila #6 Hesperiidae ( Skippers)
    • Saltadora palemon (Guava Skipper)
    • Parda tristis (Mournful Duskywing)
    • Saltadora Aguna claxon (Emerald Aguna)
    • Arena phyleus (Fiery Skipper)
    • Arena vibex (Whirlabout)
    • Arena Melana (Common Mellana)
    • White Angled-Sulphur
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