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|date of photo Jun 1, 2010
location Rock Creek, Eldorado National Forest (El Dorado County, California, US)family Papilionidaeorder Lepidopteraclass Insectahabitat Lower montane coniferous forest near streamnotes The pale swallowtail butterfly requires wild mountain lilac (Ceanothus integerrimus) and coffeeberry (Rhamnus spp) host plants for their caterpillars.photo category: Animal - Invertebrate-Insect
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