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Red Admiral Butterfly
Click on the image above to see Red Admirals in motion.

The Red Admiral butterfly is distinguished by the red bands on its forewings and red borders on its hindwings. Red Admirals live in the northern hemisphere all around the world. Many Red Admirals winter over and can be seen in early spring through October. Their wing span is from 1 1/4 - 3 inches. The eggs are barrel shaped and deposited onto plants such as baby’s tears, nettle, and hops. Explore the world of butterflies by visiting the sites below, then design a garden for them to enjoy. Click on the image above to see Red Admirals in motion.

Butterflies and Moths of North America
Butterflies at the Field Museum
Florist Blog
Butterfly Gardening
Children's Butterfly Site
Monarch Watch
Smithsonian Butterfly Habitat Garden

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