Limenitis archippus

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Synonyms for Limenitis archippus

showy American butterfly resembling the monarch but smaller

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The Viceroy butterfly uses mimicry to protect itself.
For survival purposes, the Viceroy butterfly mimics the Monarch, which is well known for its migrations between the United States and Mexico.
The viceroy butterfly is protected from predatory birds because it resembles a monarch butterfly.
The viceroy butterfly camouflages through (_)_ _ _(_)_ _.
Similarly, the viceroy butterfly mimics the colors of its inedible relative, the monarch butterfly, to fool predators.