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Hi, Lets learn some butterflies that are common in and around Seattle. Next Slide 2 Heres an easy one, the Tiger Swallowtail Stripes like a what? (Tiger) And, look at the tails. Next Start Over Slide 3 The Cabbage White is one of the most common butterflies here NextBack Start Over Slide 4 Heres a Mourning Cloak, wings with golden edges NextBack Start Over Slide 5 Are you paying attention? Theres going to be a quiz! Start Over BackNext : ) Slide 6 Heres the Lorquins Admiral - black & white with orange wing tips NextBack Start Over Slide 7 The Woodland Skipper is a tiny little butterfly common in late summer. Next Back Start Over Slide 8 In some years many California Tortoiseshells migrate here from farther south. If you see an orange butterfly on a sunny winter day, its probably a California Tortoiseshell coming out of hiding. NextBack Start Over Slide 9 Heres the Painted Lady NextBack Start Over Slide 10 Heres the Red Admirable, often called the Red Admiral. (But the Admirals are a totally different group of butter- flies.) NextBack Start Over Slide 11 Heres another tortoiseshell, Milberts Tortoiseshell NextBack Start Over Slide 12 OK. Quiz time! Ready? NextBack Start Over Slide 13 This is a: Start Over Woodland Skipper Tiger Swallowtail Lorquins Admiral Slide 14 Nope! A Woodland Skipper looks like this. Try again Start Over Slide 15 Remember the stripes and tails? Heres a Tiger Swallowtail Try again Start Over Slide 16 Right! The Lorquins Admiral Next Start Over Slide 17 This is a: Start Over Monarch Tiger Swallowtail California Tortoiseshell Slide 18 A lot of people think that its a Monarch. But Monarchs are orange and black. If you see one here, it was probably released from a wedding ceremony. (Not a good idea.) Try again Start Over Slide 19 Right! To be specific, its a Western Tiger Swallowtail. In this region we also have Next Start Over Pale Tiger Swallowtails Two-tailed Tiger Swallowtails. (Two tails on each side) Slide 20 Try again. A California Tortoiseshell looks like this. Try again Start Over Slide 21 This is a: Start Over Painted Lady Red Admirable Lorquins Admiral Slide 22 Very good! A Painted Lady Next Start Over Slide 23 Sorry, a Red Admirable looks like this Try again Start Over Slide 24 Come on. Get serious! You already correctly identified the Lorquins Admiral. (This guy) Try again Start Over Slide 25 This is a: Start Over Mourning Cloak Lorquins Admiral Red Admirable Slide 26 Nope! Heres a Mourning Cloak Try again Start Over Slide 27 Correct again! A Red Admirable Next Start Over Slide 28 Try again Start Over What??? Youre guessing Lorquins Admiral again? This is a Lorquins Admiral. Slide 29 This is a: Start Over Milberts Tortoiseshell Painted Lady Mourning Cloak Slide 30 Same shape. But notice that Milberts Tortoiseshell has a wider band thats orange. Try again Start Over Slide 31 Oops! You already identi- fied the Painted Lady. Try again. Try again Start Over Slide 32 Good! A Mourning Cloak. Next Start Over Slide 33 This is a: Start Over Red Admirable Woodland Skipper Cabbage White Slide 34 Youre guessing, arent you? Heres the Red Admirable (again). Try again Start Over Slide 35 Right you are! The Woodland Skipper Next Start Over Slide 36 Come on. That one wasnt even white! Heres a Cabbage White. Try again Start Over Slide 37 This is a: Start Over Cabbage White Lorquins Admiral Woodland Skipper Slide 38 Right! Most of the white butterflies you see around here are Cabbage Whites. Next Start Over Slide 39 No way! Heres a Lorquins Admiral Try again Start Over Slide 40 Naw! The Woodland Skipper is a little brownish guy Try again Start Over Slide 41 This is a: Start Over California Tortoiseshell Milberts Tortoiseshell Red Admirable Slide 42 Try again. A California Tortoiseshell looks like this. Try again Start Over Slide 43 Right! The Milberts Tortoiseshell, with a wide band of orange. Next Start Over Slide 44 A little bit similar. But the Red Admirable has red bars on its forewings instead of an orange band. Try again Start Over Slide 45 This is a: Start Over California Tortoiseshell Milberts Tortoiseshell Monarch Slide 46 Great! You identified the California Tortoiseshell Next Start Over Slide 47 Not quite. Milberts Tortoiseshell has an orange band. Try again Start Over Slide 48 No. The Monarch is orange with black stripes. Try again Start Over Slide 49 OK. Now it gets hard! Lets see if you can learn what caterpillar turns into each butterfly. Start Over BackNext Slide 50 The Western Tiger Swallow- tail larva is smooth with a big eye spot Start Over BackNext Slide 51 Cabbage White, with smooth green larva (sometimes found in your salad!) Start Over BackNext Slide 52 The little Woodland Skipper is another species with a smooth larva (almost the color of the adult) Start Over BackNext Slide 53 Lorquins Admiral larva has horns up front. Start Over BackNext Slide 54 Red Admirable has a spiky caterpillar Start Over BackNext Slide 55 Painted Lady has a spiky caterpillar with red splotches. Start Over BackNext Slide 56 This is a: Start Over Red Admirable Lorquins Admiral Cabbage White Slide 57 No. The Red Admirable caterpillar has spines. Try again Start Over Slide 58 Right! This is the larva of a Lorquins Admiral (& eats willows, poplars, and ocean spray). Next Start Over Slide 59 No. The cabbage white larva is also smooth but green, not tapered, and has no horns. Try again Start Over Slide 60 This is a: Start Over Painted Lady Woodland Skipper Western Tiger Swallowtail Slide 61 Oops! This is the Painted Lady larva. Try again. Try again Start Over Slide 62 Not so. This is the larva of the Woodland Skipper. Try again Start Over Slide 63 Very good! (Larvae of the Western Tiger Swallowtail feed on willows and poplars.) Next Start Over Slide 64 This is a: Start Over Red Admirable Painted Lady Cabbage White Slide 65 Sorry. This is the Red Admirables larva Try again Start Over Slide 66 Your are correct! Larvae of the Painted Lady feed on thistles, mallows, and pearly everlasting. Next Start Over Slide 67 Sorry. Heres the Cabbage White larva Try again Start Over Slide 68 This is a: Start Over Lorquins Admiral Woodland Skipper Cabbage White Slide 69 Wrong. Heres the larva of the Lorquins Admiral Try Again Start Over Slide 70 Right! Larvae of the Woodland Skipper feed on grasses. Next Start Over Slide 71 Not Correct. Heres the larva of the Cabbage White. Try again Start Over Slide 72 This is a: Start Over Cabbage White Woodland Skipper Western Tiger Swallowtail Slide 73 Correct. Larva of the Cabbage White feed on members of the cabbage family. Next Start Over Slide 74 Not so. This is the larva of the Woodland Skipper. Try again Start Over Slide 75 Oops! The Western Tiger Swallowtail larva is tapered and has an eye spot. Try again Start Over Slide 76 Thanks for playing our butterfly identification game, presented by The Washington Butterfly Association wabutterflyassoc@earthlink.net wabutterflyassoc@earthlink.net For noncommercial and educational use, feel free to copy and share this program Start over www.naba.org/chapters/nabaws