W. Tiger
Swallowtail 2449
created by

Western Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio [Pterourus] rutulus) Bottom or ventral view of the wing. - One of the West's most visible butterflies with its black and yellow tiger striping on a 4 to 5 inch wingspan as well as the body which gives it its name-sake. The Tiger Swallowtail is found throughout most of the western United States with the exception of the southwestern desert region. Along the Pacific coast it is found throughout much of the year in association with the caterpillar's host plant of cottonwood, ash, willow, alder, or aspen. Throughout the higher elevations it may only be found in midsummer. -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------by Michael W. Klein

Home
Paintings
Mixed Media

Serigraphs

Solar Prints
Giclée Photos
See Art At:

To Purchase Art

West Coast Lady

 

Butterflies

Copyright © Walt Thomas all rights reserved