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Pipe vine swallow eggs

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Scott Frazier
Scott Frazier 6 years ago

Hello. This spotting removed from the Brooding behavior in insects and other invertebrates mission because it does not fit the mission statement. :-)

hungryhowie 6 years ago

Yah, ive gotta do a lot of maintenance on the 20 some odd photos i uploaded yesterday. within the week i should have them all straightened out and identify what i can

KarenL 6 years ago

Very interesting!
The scientific name for this is Battus philenor. Where you know the species as in this case, please can you look up & add the scientific name so that we can take this off of the "unknown" list. Because we have a global user base & sometimes many different common names for the same species, the system uses the scientific name to link similar spottings - which also means this may come up in the thumbnails on other spottings & more people may take a look & favorite it. Without the scientific name this will continue to show up as unidentified & you may get further ID suggestions from other users.

Los Angeles, California, USA

Lat: 34.02, Long: -118.29

Spotted on May 15, 2012
Submitted on May 17, 2012

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