Brushfoot Butterflies seem to have only four legs as the front pair (of six total) are almost... Brushfoot Butterflies seem to have only four legs, as the front pair (of six total) are almost... I photographed this Mourning cloak butterfly in late March. These butterflies overwinter as adults... I photographed this Mourning cloak butterfly in late March. These butterflies overwinter as adults,... Same individual but using flash instead of just natural light to better show the pattern. Chapel... Same individual, but using flash instead of just natural light, to better show the pattern. Chapel... Mourning cloak Photos by Jack Lucke © Once the caterpillar chooses a place pupate he spins a pad... Mourning cloak Photos by Jack Lucke © Once the caterpillar chooses a place pupate he spins a pad... 6/18/2001 images by DML (except the one including DML taken by Betty Petersen) 6/18/2001, images by DML (except the one including DML, taken by Betty Petersen) NOTE: Sadly it has been reported that Mourning cloak Ranch is no longer in operation as a garden... NOTE: Sadly, it has been reported that Mourning cloak Ranch is no longer in operation as a garden,... The underside is mostly dark gray fractured by a complex pattern of black lines and with a broad... The underside is mostly dark gray, fractured by a complex pattern of black lines, and with a broad... Nymphalis antiopa adult; Vantage Washington; from a photo by J.R. Thomson. Nymphalis antiopa adult; Vantage, Washington; from a photo by J.R. Thomson. next next ...by Bill Mason Productions Ltd. or by the artist. www.redcanoes.ca Reid McLachlan - Gallery 2002 ...by Bill Mason Productions Ltd., or by the artist. www.redcanoes.ca Reid McLachlan - Gallery 2002 Durham Co. NC 8/16/09. Durham Co., NC 8/16/09. Wake Co. NC 6/4/05. Wake Co., NC 6/4/05. Fairly common in early spring and late spring Mourning cloak is one of the few species you might... Fairly common in early spring and late spring, Mourning cloak is one of the few species you might... Other editions Enlarge cover Other editions Enlarge cover Wetlands at Creamers Field Wetlands at Creamers Field « #404 Bullock’s Oriole One Thing I Like About Irvine » This entry was posted on Monday April 7th... « #404 Bullock’s Oriole One Thing I Like About Irvine » This entry was posted on Monday, April 7th,... Mourning cloak caterpillar high-tailing it across the footpath at the Jordanelle Wetlands near... Mourning cloak caterpillar high-tailing it across the footpath at the Jordanelle Wetlands, near... Frame Color Frame Color Mourning cloak Nymphalis antiopa Mourning cloak Nymphalis antiopa Figure 2. Ventral view of wings of an adult Mourning cloak Nymphalis antiopa (Linnaeus) reared... Figure 2. Ventral view of wings of an adult Mourning cloak, Nymphalis antiopa (Linnaeus), reared... Common name: Mourning cloak Latin Name: Nymphalis antiopa Linnaeus 1758 ... Common name: Mourning cloak Latin Name: Nymphalis antiopa Linnaeus, 1758 ... Common name: Mourning cloak Caterpillar Latin Name: Nymphalis antiopa Linnaeus 1758 ... Common name: Mourning cloak Caterpillar Latin Name: Nymphalis antiopa Linnaeus, 1758 ... Copyright © 2009 Christopher X. Hadin Copyright © 2009 Christopher X. Hadin Nymphalis antiopa (Linnaeus 1758) - The Mourning cloak Ann Arbor MI June 19 1983 © Donald H.... Nymphalis antiopa (Linnaeus, 1758) - The Mourning cloak Ann Arbor, MI, June 19, 1983 © Donald H.... The final stop was Richard W. Dekorte Park which is always an excellent site. Today was no... The final stop was Richard W. Dekorte Park, which is always an excellent site. Today was no... Mourning cloak Butterfly We have been out cycling in the nature trails again and were able to take... Mourning cloak Butterfly We have been out cycling in the nature trails again and were able to take... Date and Location Bass Island Hamilton County Ohio USA - Jun 8 2007 Source © William Hull... Date and Location Bass Island, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA - Jun 8, 2007 Source © William Hull... Mourning cloak (Nymphalis antiopa). Photo: Insectarium de Montréal (Gilles Murray) Mourning cloak (Nymphalis antiopa). Photo: Insectarium de Montréal (Gilles Murray)
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