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Great Spangled Fritillary
Nymphalidae
Speyeria cybele
Type: Insect

Effect: Helper
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Nymphalidae Family
Speyeria Genus


Location / Where this Creature is found:

Amasa Valley, Delta, Utah.

General information about Great Spangled Fritillary :

Caterpillar is velvet-black, with six rows of branching orange red spines. These caterpillars hide during the day.
It is distinguished from the Aphrodite and Atlantis Fritillaries by a wide light submarginal band on the hindwing. It starts flying before dawn and returns to rest in mid-afternoon



Great Spangled Fritillary




Great Spangled Fritillary




Great Spangled Fritillary




Great Spangled Fritillary




Great Spangled Fritillary




Great Spangled Fritillary


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