Zebra Swallowtail - Eurytides marcellus
|Size||2¼ - 3½"|
|Caterpillar||Pea green with yellow and black bands. Cannibalistic|
|Host / Food||Papaw|
|Broods||2 to 4 broods|
|Habitat||Meadows, borders, riversides, lakeshores and marshes.|
|Range||Great Lakes east to Southern New England, south to Florida, west to Eastern Great Plains.|
As you can tell by the blurry picture I was a little rushed in getting this photo of the Zebra Swallowtail. This is the only one I've ever seen in my life. A really pretty butterfly.