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Regal Fritillary Butterfly

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Photo of Regal Fritillary at Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
Photo of Regal Fritillary at Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.

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Genus:Speyeria
Photo Year:2010
Site:Niagara Butterfly Conservatory
Species:Speyeria idalia
Species:Regal Fritillary
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Photo od the Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele) taken in Algonquin Park Ontario Canada in July of 2007.

Photo Attributes:Canada, Speyeria, North America, 2007, Algonquin Provincial Park, Speyeria cybele, Great Spangled Fritillary, Ontario,
In these galleries:Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Insects of Algonquin Park
from site: The great majority of animal species in Algonquin Provincial Park are insects.


Photo of Monarch Butterly taken in August of 2007, in Ontario.
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Photo Attributes:Barrie, Canada, Danaus, 2007, Danaus plexippus, Monarch Butterfly,
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Photo of the Owl Butterfly, taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
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Photo Attributes:Niagara Falls, Caligo, South America, Central America, Owl Butterfly,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Butterly - Wikipedia
Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - Site Page
The conservatory features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!

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Owl Butterfly Wikipedia
Butterflies in the genus Caligo are commonly called Owl butterflies, after their huge eyespots, which resemble owls' eyes. They are found in the rainforests and secondary forests of Mexico, Central and South America.


Photo of unidentified butterflies mating.  Taken at niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
Mating Butterfly at Niagara Butterfly Conservatory

Photo of unidentified butterflies mating. Taken at niagara Butterfly Conservatory.

Photo Attributes:Niagara Falls,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Butterly - Wikipedia
Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - Site Page
The conservatory features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!


Photo of the Red Postman Butterfly taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
Red Postman Butterfly

Photo of the Red Postman Butterfly taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.

Photo Attributes:Nymphalidae, Mexico, South America, 2010,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Postman Butterfly - Wikipedia
The Postman Butterfly, Common Postman, or simply Postman[1] (Heliconius melpomene) is one of the Heliconiine butterflies found from Mexico to northern South America.[2] Several species in the genus have very similar markings and looks and are difficult to distinguish.


Photo of the Owl Butterfly, taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.
Owl Butterfly

Photo of the Owl Butterfly, taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.

Photo Attributes:Niagara Falls, Caligo, South America, Central America, Owl Butterfly,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Butterflies of Canada web Site
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Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - Site Page
The conservatory features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!

Owl Butterflies on Tobago
Miscellaneous photos.

Owl Butterfly Wikipedia
Butterflies in the genus Caligo are commonly called Owl butterflies, after their huge eyespots, which resemble owls' eyes. They are found in the rainforests and secondary forests of Mexico, Central and South America.


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Giant Swallowtail Butterfly

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Photo Attributes:Niagara Falls, Canada, Papilio, North America, Giant Swallowtail,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Butterflies of Canada web Site
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Giant Swallowtail - wikipedia
The Giant Swallowtail (Papilio cresphontes) is a swallowtail butterfly common in various parts of North America, particularly the south and east. With a wingspan of about 10–16 cm (3.9–6.3 in),[2] it is the largest butterfly in Canada and the United States.

Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - Site Page
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Photo of Blue Morpho butterfly, taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory.  They are Neotropical butterflies found mostly in South America as well as Mexico and Central America
Blue Morpho Butterfly

Photo of Blue Morpho butterfly, taken at the Niagara Butterfly Conservatory. They are Neotropical butterflies found mostly in South America as well as Mexico and Central America

Photo Attributes:Morpho, Mexico, South America, Central America, 2010, Blue Morpho,
In these galleries:Animals, Butterflies, Insects
Photo Specific Links:Blue Morpho Butterfly Facts
Morpho butterflies are amongst the most amazing creatures seen in the tropical rainforests. Here are some interesting facts about the Blue Morpho butterfly.

Niagara Butterfly Conservatory - Site Page
The conservatory features over 2,000 colourful tropical butterflies floating freely among lush, exotic blossoms and greenery. Paths wind through the rainforest setting, past a pond and waterfall and the Emergence window, where butterflies leave their pupae and prepare to take their first flight!



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In these galleries:Butterflies, Insects

Related Links

Butterflies Gallery Links:Butterly - Wikipedia
Central America - Butterflies
Site describing butterlies as they relate to Central America.
2010 Links:The Year 2010 (wikipedia)
The year 2010 at TimeAndDate.com
Speyeria Links:Speyeria - wikipedia
from site: Speyeria, commonly known as Greater Fritillaries, is the genus of butterflies in the family Nymphalidae commonly found in North America and Asia.
Speyeria idalia Links:Regal Fritillary (Speyeria idalia) - wikipedia
from site: Speyeria idalia, commonly known as the Regal Fritillary, is a striking nymphalid butterfly found among some of the remaining tallgrass and mixed-grass prairies in the east-central United States. This prairie-specialist butterfly has a characteristic deep orange color and unmistakable dark hindwings with two bands of spots (Brock 2003). On the female, both bands of spots are white. However, on the male, the outer band of spots is orange in color.

Photo Data

Make:SONY
Model:DSLR-A300
DateTime:2011:02:07 22:30:52
Exposure Time:1/125
F:63/10
ISO:400
DateTimeDigitized :2010:03:01 15:47:52
DateTimeOriginal :2010:03:01 15:47:52
Lens :DT 18-200mm F3.5-6.3
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