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Synonyms for swallowtail

a man's full-dress jacket with two long tapering tails at the back

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A gorgeous butterfly of deciduous woods, the spicebush swallowtail is black with a row of yellow spots and a touch of iridescent blue on its hind wings.
Caption: The butterfly habitat at Hood's Do it Best Hardware in Wyandotte, Michigan, takes monarch and black swallowtail butterflies from their early caterpillar stage (top left) to full maturation (bottom left).
Prince Bishops Homes' Swallowtail Meadows development, and below, a Prince Bishops living room
Description: It is commonly known is lemon butterfly, citrus butterfly or citrus swallowtail, though it does not have tail like other swallowtail butterflies, its larvae attack on citrus gardens and is considered as invasive pest.
Swallowtail Design, detached dwelling, Haigh Lane, Flockton, Huddersfield.
The investment will first see fruit at the Swallowtail Meadows development in New Brancepeth, County Durham, where 32 family homes are being built by Swale Valley Construction.
The Swallowtail is a cabled hat with a pom pom on top.
That is a spicebush swallowtail (Papilio Troilus) in the last days of its caterpillar stage.
2 (page 56), Giant Swallowtail (57), Giant Weaver's Fritillary Butterfly (59), Butterfly Roost (60-61) watercolor on paper gollybard.
The contestants' images include that of a human brain and a close-up of a swallowtail butter-fly.
Deb Hay friends with a beautiful Tiger Swallowtail.
From the light and lovely musing of Turn To Dust through the harrowing feral attack of You're A Germ and the dark swooning textures of Swallowtail, the band's cohesion and confidence ensures their stylistic changes have a unified thrust.
The second edition includes updated content and four new insect species: the monarch butterfly, the black swallowtail butterfly, the bessbug, and the Madagascar hissing roach
The remaining three species, cabbage white (Pirns rapae), variegated fritillary (Euptoieta claudia), and eastern tiger swallowtail (P.
Red Spotted Swallow Tail, The Emperor, Constantines Swallowtail, Malachite, Green-banded Swallowtail, Tropical Blue Wave - magical names that conjure up exotic images matched only by the beauty of these fascinating creatures when seen in real life.