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Limenitis archippus floridensis
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Limenitis archippus floridensis is the Florida subspecies according to bugguide
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Well, bugguide lists 5 subspecies. That's what I meant. But, you are right. I was too lazy to put up the species name.
There are other monarch mimics, such as Queens and Gulf Fritillaries in Florida, but James is right, there is only one Viceroy species
Never heard that, in Florida I thought they were all Limenitis archippus
Spotted on Aug 3, 2015 Submitted on Oct 27, 2015