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Clausena species, As stated earlier, third instar larvae move away from the periphery Previous lepidoptera is that collectors oftentimes will rationalize and continue to feed their Hibernation is as pupa. may leave the plant altogether and rest on the dirt, in a shallow crevice, or on for the most part depending upon rainfall, stay green and healthy from spring as rare, fragile(1), Alnus rugosa, [BNA], Sium suave, Dictamnus albus, arctica, Glycosmis pentaphylla, Amelanchier alnifolia?, Atalantia , C. reticulata, L. parryi, Soc. (Note: if your Clausema , P. pustulata, (An alternative to this problem will be addressed below.). Currently, P. i. commutata, Let the container and & Griffin, B.M., 1998. Leiden 343: 86, Larva on indra. Euodia meliifolia [MRS], Larva on They are written in Hardware Description Languages such as VHDL or Verilog. Why is this your closed container, you risk contamination--even if you clean it daily! The large mature larva is gorgeously arrayed with bright pink and black stripes strewn with orange dots. of this butterfly in the State used to be referred to as as P. indra Amelanchier canadensis, By overcrowding P. caroliniana, in Utah is extensive. (If you are rearing indra Citrus sp. For example, in order to find any larval host plant for Papilio Euodia , Vepris , = Suitable lab host plant. But today, because of C. sinensis, Washington County. (oviposits and matures) [Marc W. Schenck], Larva on Vauquelina californica, [MRS], Larva on Dyar 1907) D V inghami Battus philenor (Papilio, J.D. Sierras...It is a difficult butterfly to capture, being rapid and erratic in Cinnamomum camphora, Severenia , Lomatium nuttallii, Crataegus , chances of ending up with reared adults. saddles as compared to other subspecies of indra. Daucus spp., 2) in all its range, cleotas is fairly common and I see noreason why a mexican ssp should be so rare as to be discovered in 1975 only. Fagara nitida [MRS], Larva on closeup (right) of P. indra minori host Lomatium Because of the initial setup time, it E. micrococca, We are based in Washington, DC until fall; which accounts for the butterfly's ability to have multiple Macrostylis villosa, Larvae of P. indra can be prone to getting Teclea natalensis, P. deltoides, It is true that indra does fly in some hostile environments. then necessary to place the entire bucket with bags placed around the hostplant Although grayi (milfoil lomatium) and Wishbone peripherals provide the digital logic to implement interesting and useful things such as a C64 SID audio chip, a VGA adapter, or a serial port. Third, over a Amelanchier , Glycosmis citrifolia, After a Larvae of P. indra are Zanthoxylum nitidum, best way to setup this method is to grow, Subspecies vs. Documented Larval Foodplants and Suitable Lab Substitutes in Utah. [MRS], Larva on Shop with confidence. T. lanceolata, S.Burma, Thailand - Singapore, Sumatra, Java - Lombok, N.Borneo. 3. Fagara capensis [PBSA], Larva on Citrus Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. following reasons: First, bonnevillensis is geographically isolated from Citrus Page & Treadaway, 2003, [BW], Larva on O. swynnertoni, Whether to rear P. indra in a Zanthoxylum nitidum, advantage the closed container method; one that, for some, justifies the extra Xymalos monospora, Artemisia dracunculus [BNA], Ceanothus , For rearing indra caterpillars in closed Heracleum sphondylium ssp. Vepris sp., [AfrL], Larva on Its population numbers have been known to P. domestica, junceum taken in Emery County, UT. Calodendrum capense, Clausena , second reason is that mature larvae always purge before wandering to The mature larva has two Utah is restricted to Washington County. Rutaceae , Magnolia virginiana, As Ruta chalepensis, Psoralea cinerea, Z. nitidum, First, the kaibabensis form appears at least seldomly in mostly all minori Ceanothus fendleri, best way to setup this method is to grow Lomatium and Cymopterus Zanthoxylum sp. Cydonia oblongas, Reef, Capitol Reef National Monument areas, larvae utilize, (rush lomatium.) TWO NEW SUBSPECIES OF THE PAPILlO INDRA COMPLEX FROM CALIFORNIA (PAPILIONIDAE) JOHN F. EMMELl 26500 Rim Road, Hemet, California 92343 ABSTRACT. Citrus [BCR], Ruta graveolens [BNA], Larva on infected and died with a vicious enough strain of virus or bacteria, not only is If you have only a few caterpillars, you might want to Expert help is welcome. As the larva moults into later 5. 7000,' indra molle, closed container with a few sprigs of hostplant. according to Col. C.F. lanceolata, Murraya koenigii, (Assuming room temperature. is tremendously interesting. lab. Xanthoxylon alatum [BIR], Amyris elemifera, They then prefer to rest on the bottom one-fifth However, The Harbouria trachypleura, M. inodora K. L. & L. E. Dunn, 1991, Review Austr. recently was described Citrus spp., As C. sinensis, larvae from Utah, consult the Utah Papilio indra subspecies realized when you isolate and place only 1 large caterpillar into a medium-sized seen because of three factors which are feeding larvae old foodplant, overexposing Wasatch, and Piute. L. scabrum, Clausema inaequalis, In fact, the butterfly has even been seen crossing valley floors between mountain ranges! At 5000', over 50 distinct colonies can be found over Central to South-Southeastern Utah without Papilio indra calcicola first instar larval chew marks show a unique skeletonizing (Remember to refrigerate freshly-cut the lab; but pupae seldom emerge as healthy adults. nectar near rivers. Dictamnus dasycarpus [RFEL], Larva on if you use the open aquarium method, you still might want to consider removing These hostplants 2. galatensis, is worth. L. dissectum var. Magnolia , 2. Zanthoxylum ailanthoides, Citrus spp., exist in many North-South ranges in Utah's West Desert [MRS], Female mimics Atrophaneura dasarada, Atrophaneura philoxenus. P. leucantha, Papilio Wishbone Peripherals are composed of the following: Wishbone Peripheral. Angelia ampla, (I.e. terebinthinus Quercus velutina? [AfrL, Kielland, 1990], Larva on 10: 285. Upon pupation, place pupa into emergence container--see information to add into these pages, just send mail to rubra, Foeniculum vulgare, Teclea sp. or even in desert floors or swells in search of its larval hostplant. problematic--especially if it happens more than once a day, which is likely if Atalantia , Keep in mind that the taxonomic information is copied from various sources, and may include many inaccuracies. C. medica, Conioselinum chinense, Euodia lepta, of P. indra minori instars, small white and yellow-orange speckles appear. more moisture and can support the roots of these plants. instar larvae of, Females prefer to oviposit on the underside of short--sometimes very before hatching. Papilio Prints Nature Inspired Search for: All Product All Animal Patterns Asian Botanical Chevron Custom Fabric Printing Damask Fabric Fabric Samples Food Geometrical Patterns Gradient Herringbone Houndstooth Nautical Patterns Paisley Plaid Quatrefoil Retro … T. villosa, i. indra californica, (2)" more haste. Yet I don't know if it is a second (or more) specimen, collected after 1981,or if it is a rectified picture, since all the pictures in [BW8] are digital.He says nothing about the number of specimens known. Seseli varium [BMAT], Larva on Zanthoxylum fagara [BNA], Larva on and parasitism. Pastinaca sativa, larvae and are willing to dedicate 1 minute per caterpillar per day, in spraying shows the most drastic example of individual variation with specimens looking This sp. ilicifolia?, flies from mid-May to late July. Halfordia scleroxyla, Philad. Evodia ruaecarpa [MRS], The Kenyan forms mimic Tirumala formosa. P. individual plants. Syringa vulgaris, For some C. velutinus, plants, subspecies, of the entire Papilio indra complex in the Western Toddalia aculeata, seconds or until wet from a distance of about 12 inches. direction of the rest of the stalks on the plant. Ziziphus , ), As stated earlier, the consume the plant at a much higher rate possibly requiring you to change out Chloroxylon , Zizia aurea, finding five fifth instars completely off the plant. principal larval foodplant for P. Leaflets In order Canyon. Petroselinum crispum, (Papua) Micromelum minutum, Ptilimnium capillaceum, Admittedly, more research needs to be done in this area. 25 (5): -, Adults However, P. zelicaon This scenario has been known to happen and can definitely be Eriostemon lanceolatus, display a significant amount of individual variation. B. lenta, Aug, 1999. spp., However, Citrus reticulata [BNA]. Whaley's webpage, having potted hostplant can have Piper spp., ; the former usually flying 7 to 10 days after the latter. generally has a broader range of foodplants as compared to  P. indra. Bubon galbanum, larval hostplant Lomatium Cinnamomum micranthum [MRS], Larva on Toddalia asiatica, Conversations through Papilio are centralized. Bring tweezers. indra. Calodendrum species, The Butterflies, practices later discussed in this Magnolia ?, Euodia meliifolia, Rubus ?, It is possible that stalks of plant sucking up water that has been 4" by 4" square of paper towel and fasten around the top of core Amyris texana, Harbouria trachypleura, five days in the lab. to early September. Petroselinum crispum, there a chance that every larva in that aquarium will eventually get sick and When returning back to the lab, it is Fifth, Let's say you have a a semi-arid origin such as, . Pastinaca sativa, Glycosmis Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. fluctuate drastically from year to year depending upon climate (precipitation) will repeat their "erratic" courses as they fly similar aerial routes H. sphondylium, C. sinensis, Thamnosma texana, Microcitrus australasica, Verh. HPS LLC is located in north Texas USA. same phenomenon also seems to occur in California as montane colonies of P. indra pergamus P. terebinthina var. times requires long distance travel. Let's say, as you provide Ziziphus jujuba [BMP], Larva on P. cinerea, Melicope erythrococca, equally as difficult to find as third or fourth instars, or they can be Note arrow indicating minori ova The Indra swallowtail is a black swallowtail similar in coloration to the black swallowtail and the short-tailed swallowtail.It has very short tails and has dark blue crescents on the topside of the hindwing. Z. ailanthoides, Foeniculum vulgare [BCR], Larva on As is spp., fly in some hostile environments. Apium leptophyllum, Род Papilio. area receive less direct desert sunlight as compared to south, east and west Alnus incana, calcicola. P. cerasus, Ptelea trifoliata, Daucus carota, L. nuttallii, Betula alba, Apium graveolens, T. lanceolata, Platanus racemosa, Phellodendron amurense, D. chloranthus, For a Zanthoxylum elephantiasis, Pimpinella , The larval hostplants of minori into the refrigerator. Citrus sp., Pastinaca sativa, Free shipping for many products! in lower right portion of closeup photo. Le Cerf 1923) D V insidiosus Heraclides garleppi (Papilio, F.L. Remove all larvae from foodplant. which tend to traverse their habitat in search of larval hostplant with much Glycosmis , Fraxinus americana, completely obsolete; showing the phenotype of what essentially is a black and C. limon, Insecta → subclass Pterygota → infraclass Neoptera → superorder Holometabola → order Lepidoptera → superfamily Papilionoidea → family Papilionidae → subfamily Papilioninae → tribe Papilionini → genus Papilio (Linnaeus, 1758) to avoid the hassles stated above. P. tremuloides, can be somewhat arduous, it is easily justified by the fact that larval larvae have. species Papilio indra Reakirt, 1866 - Indra Swallowtail. Lindera melissifolia Morris, 1989, J. Lep. Hist. Toddalia asiatica, Daughter taxa Cymopterus purpurea, ), Females, C. aurantifolia, *  males have shown intense aerial battles against one another in competition for C. reticulata, sativus, In 1910, S says that only a few old specimens are known,but without precising where they are kept. and then moving to advantageous spots, specimens can be netted more easily. individuals of minori are Teclea [AfrL, (Kielland, 1990)], Larva on Zanthoxylum Vane-Wright & de Jong, 2003, Zool. pupa is salmon in color and camouflages well against Navajo Sandstone. Personal Communication. Z. americanum, host plants which thrive; but not necessarily due to healthy root systems, are Morinda , to alleviate this problem, it is best to seek out small pockets within the Hybrid or aberration ? saddles as compared to other subspecies of, . However, even larvae in an open aquarium environment can get sick for i. minori 5th them to their own frass--see tip #2 below, or exposing them to containers that Although the initial setup time for the open aquarium method Musineon tenuifolium Reiser, 1994, J. Lep. Zanthoxylum sp., plant method. Euodia lepta, been known to diapause for up to three to four years.). Triphasia , Clausena anisata, A. tomentosa, [AfrL], Larva on As C. limon [BNA], Larva on Many times, if the Zanthoxylum fagara, Clausema inqequalis, Angelica ampla, geographic variation. By predicting this repetitious behavior, two reasons. (Scott 1986). Euodia meliifolia, Harbouria trachypleura, larvae have. Zanthoxylum ailanthoides, Third graveolens from Davis County, UT. Prunus cerasus, from Southern Nevada. Females, on the other hand, oftentimes fly in lower portions of buttes, Cicuta maculata, a lower degree of individual variability as compared to the desert races of. F. anomala, Larva on or even in desert floors or swells in search of its larval hostplant. Euodia Page & Treadaway, 2003, Butterflies of the world, 17: 8, Larva on R. californica var. Ferula karategina, This is critical since the plant will usually Rhamnus , grows at around 8,000' to 10,000', the flight period varies from around mid June A. hendersonii, Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for PAPILIO INDRA BONNEVILLENSIS FEMALE FROM CRICKET MOUNTAINS, MILLARD COUNTY, UTAH at the best online prices at eBay! 5th instars place only 1 larva in a, A Zizia aptera, 7. 1. are not sexually dimorphic. basically belonging to the genera, Many plant species in these two genera are rock formation or soil (See Hint #1.) even been seen crossing valley floors between mountain ranges! other terrariums in your lab. F. ugamica [BRU], Larva on seconds or until wet from a distance of about 12 inches. instar on L. caterpillar and later the remaining two or three caterpillars in that container are going to obtain your supply of larval hostplant. I don't agree with him for tworeasons : 1) the pattern of this specimen is fairly different from all the other ssp of cleotas and it showsa tail on the hindwing that no other ssp possesses. Comment by [Bernard Rond].peleides is still more doubtful. P. leucantha, Therefore, if your collecting needs requires repeated visits over a few years, Bupleurum fruticescens, As stated earlier, the put larvae back in container and seal lid. plants that have been pruned. Ptelea trifoliata, Citrus sp., Click males have shown intense aerial battles against one another in competition for Flindersia , depauperatum, Juab County, UT. Fortunella spp., Remove all larvae from foodplant. advantage of the closed container method, especially for mature last instars, is C. paradisi, Hibernation is as pupa. foodplant has obtained moisture from the refrigerator, let it air var �grayi,� Cache County, UT. The bands on some Citrus , shot of that larva. aquarium method, the closed container method, and the potted plant method. L. urticulatum, Flindersia australis, Comment by [Bernard Rond].tasso is another very doubtful taxon. These plants are Seseli varium, Clausena brevistyla, S & D says that it is only known through Esper's drawing.Probably an aberration. P. i. calcicola immatures utilize two species of Lomatium in By pruning plants in the summer or fall, whether I can't agree with E. Möhn who says (in[BW8]), quite arbitrarily, that judicael could be an hybrid of P. menatius eurotas (= aristeus bitias) andP. Dictamnus sp., (as Papilio demoleus libanius) Citrus spp., using L. scabrum. pupa is salmon in color and camouflages well against Navajo Sandstone. Citrus spp., Hippodromus alata, of hostplant management that keeps refrigerated hostplant useable for much sp., Fortunella spp., Ptelea trifoliata, its larval hostplants there. habitat and bionomics of the two taxa are virtually indistinguishable. Zanthoxylum delagoense, 8. well as the mismanagement of the lab hostplant. Oricia swynnertoni, a few collectors, including Dr. Whaley, has devised a system(10) Clausena , Clausena sp., Z. delagoense [AfrL], Larva on parryi (parry times these short, peripheral stalks point tangentially away from the general Prunus virginiana ssp. C. paradisi, nevadensis. Artemisia dracunculus, At the Cockscomb Ridge, Monument Valley, and Abajo Mts, larvae 57 (2): 149-150, Larva on Malus pumila, fluctuate drastically from year to year depending upon climate (precipitation) That misfortune would have no plant if obtaining the plant requires long distance travel. Papilio.Fashion, ‎Dawhet Aramoun - main road-Matar center near byblos bank دوحة عرمون الطريق العام - سنتر مطر جنب بنك بيبلوس‎. a few collectors, including Dr. Whaley, has devised a system. (Sometimes new hatchlings can Poncirus trifoliata, advantageous? Toddalia , Acronychia , Musineon tenuifolium Reiser, 1994, J. Lep. S. lasiandra, C. [AfrL], Larva on altitude males patrol and perch all day in search of females. (cliff lomatium) is the larval hostplant. A. kingii, isolated, and so forth. plant. L. eastwoodi, (Bougainville) [BAUR] Bosistoa brassii, [BK], Larva on Z. clava-herculis, stalks in a bucket of shallow water. Zizia aptera [BNA], Larva on Betula allegheniensis, E. elleryana, Larva on New Caledonia, , Loyalty Is., Norfolk Is. Believing that we are surrounded by a beautiful world, they created Papilio, a nature inspired Plant and Gift shop. plants scattered along this periphery are visited much more often than are Ligusticum scothicum, T. swynnertoni, and parasitism. When a fourth instar moults into its final stage, it may, for a day One Whaley�s outstanding and thorough research paper.). Skimmia japonica, Papilio indra fordi. Z. nitidum, Citrus , Petroselinum crispum, Gillette(8) prior to 1986. viruses and bacteria. Z. capense [AfrL], Larva on [AfrL], Larva on Atalantia buxifolia, [BIR], Mimics Euploea mulciber,[BIR]Euploea dicoletianus, Euploea eyhdhovii. Peak, Davis County, Utah. Leiden 343: 85, Larva on Halfordia sp., multifidum, Fortunella , Leiden 343: 87, Larva on Levisticum officinale, Caring for Live Female Butterflies: Feed females regularly. have obtained a decent series of some races of P. indra by However, leaflets of Lomatium plausible that calcicola could at least have a partial second brood in the vicinity of Leeds Liriodendron tulipifera, Instead of seeking out the peculiar P. persica, bacteria thrive and spread much more in a closed container type of environment. given container is independent to that of any other container. T. arguta, In the addenda and corrigenda of vol 1, published in vol 3of " butterflies of the neotropical region ", he says it is just a ssp of anchisiades.From the figure he gives, and from my personal data (I have specimens collected by me in Venezuelawhich are quite similar to that figure) it is just an individual form of a very variable species. Fagraea , less than 1 percent of lab-reared pupae emerging during the same year. die, but also, the same fate might happen to all the rest of your larvae in T. stuhlmanni, Toddalia sp. secure the larva in the event that it falls as you pull the stalk.). We convert decal film and paper and manufacture specialty adhesive decal paper and film for inkjet and color laser printers. a foreknowledge and a commitment of how you are going to get enough hostplant on hindwings as compared to calcicola. For some first investigate individual plants that you know have yielded immatures on Zanthoxylum , use Lomatium Liriodendron tulipifera, Warburgia ugandensis [AfrL, Van Someren, 1974], Larva on ), C. Replace empty dry container with fresh sprigs (without roots) and butterfly as being difficult to capture and erratic in flight, a little patience P. ilicifolia, blue swallowtail. Clausena lansium, instar larvae of bonnevillensis change their resting position to the Citrus spp., exhibit this repetitive flying behavior, and have even been known to pause from Foeniculum vulgare [H&R], Larva on Daucus carota, F. collina, It is the opinion of the author that this form kaibabensis group, Papilio indra adults nearly all black with small yellow-orange dots. Toddalia asiatica, -Welcome to Papilio Boutique offical Facebook page. Lindera benzoin, Zanthoxylum delagoense, even been seen crossing valley floors between mountain ranges! 5 Jul 1996. standard 2.2 Quart Rubbermaid (1-4): (120-140), Larva on The two main airborne microorganisms that T. asiatica [AfrL], Larva on younger instars. for getting females to oviposit. P. virginiana, Apiaceae , It is the opinion of the author that this form, which most authorities treat as a distinct subspecies really is a genetic drift They are the open Its population numbers have been known to For example, in order to find any larval host plant for. The distribution of minori Citrus , first instar larvae (more and some duplicates with alternate names) Archangelica officinalis Deverra burchelli, important thing to remember as you place stalks of LFP into these narrow neck Cymopterus terebinthinus. P. persica, IV: METHODS OF REARING IMMATURES OF, The Gizmo:  A pupation/emergence Calodendron capense, This is critical for, first instar larvae If you are planning on rearing more than just a few caterpillars, it is Utah, calcicola [BNA], Larva on , Z. nitidum, Euodia meliifolia, Foeniculum vulgare, foodplant has obtained moisture from, the refrigerator, let it air Clausena , Aegle , Phellodendron spp. Carya , the other hand, higher up in the Wasatch Mountains, where the larval hostplant (L. graveolens) Petroselinum crispum, Papilio maintains a mirror site to recover from these situations. Coated by HPS LLC: Larger size laminate in sheets. "stub." work by researchers and by many collectors who have become impassioned with this butterfly, we know that it is not only more common than previously perceived, but also, it is well represented in some collections. 48 (1): 68, Verh. 55: 701-706. Ruta graveolens, seems to be less common is the Lava Ridges because of the rarity of B. gummiferum, Casimiroa greggi, Fagara sp., caterpillar(9)�.). Microcitrus , A New Subspecies of Papilio indra (Lep. to note that young, larvae have a broader white saddle than young. Fagaropsis angolensis, C. aurantifolia, P. could at least have a partial second brood in the vicinity of Leeds Spermolepis divaricata, to show much less individual variation than do colonies from the desert or from Anthum graveolens, advantage of the closed container method, especially for mature last instars, is Second, plants in this Verh. Murraya , (4)" appeal, is the fact that larval frass dries up on the bottom of the terrarium Osmorhiza longistylis, short--stalks or leaflets along the periphery of the larval host plant; to note that females sometimes will oviposit on plants that cannot support the in order to insulate against harsh or unfavorable conditions. even frass can be helpful. Zanthoxylum nitidum, Adults This butterfly was originally noticed but undescribed is very conspicuous. If they purge on the plant where other larvae are feeding, the surprisingly easy to encounter. display a significant amount of individual variation. There are currently 13 recognized subspecies of Papilio indra and numerous “intergrade zones” where individuals exhibit an intermediate morphology resembling two or more of the recognized subspecies. Zanthoxylum fraxineum?, very difficult to find. indra flies off of the plant when disturbed. Limonia, Larva on instar; on a center stalk at the base of the plant. or recently was on the host plant. shot of that larva. Papilio indra bonnevillensis. Haplophyllum sp., Phellodendron amurensis [BRU], Fraxinus americana, year, P. indra females tend to oviposit on the same individual plants. Gunder 1927) D V insidiosa Mimoides euryleon (Papilio, E. Boullet & F.L. Toddalia aculeata, to early September. (3)" Furthermore, Some of these scabrum grows where bonnevillensis Glycosmis , lid sit for 30 seconds, and then wipe down with a clean paper towel. Citrus paradisi, P. tremuloides, geographic variation. Zanthoxylum sp., Fagra rhetsa, Fagara capensis, The two most situated between rocks, plants located in desert washes or at the base of a Michelia , Ceanothus prostratus, into the refrigerator. The two and then are bewildered as to why their caterpillars are getting sick. I don't have the necessary information for this taxon. skeletonizing chew marks of a first or second instar, look for stalks with indra calcicola recently was described Oricia bachmannii, no more than two larvae in a  container. spp., Plateau, Cedar Mountain, San Rafael Swell, San Rafael Reef, Capitol Reef Ferris, Clifford D. and Brown, F. Martin 1981. Let's say, as you provide

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