First instar larva of Phoebis philea hatching from egg. Mexico City, Mexico. © Maria Franco
Phoebis philea last instar larva on Senna in Mexico City, Mexico. The larva is green when it feeds only of the foliage and yellow if it feeds on the flower of the host plant. © Maria Franco
Phoebis philea pupa. © Maria Franco
Left: Phoebis philea, freshly eclosed female, Mexico City, Mexico. © Maria Franco. Right: Phoebis philea, freshly eclosed male expanding and drying wings, Mexico City, Mexico. ©
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