Day: July 31, 2015

Eastern tiger swallowtails–distinguishing females and males

Eastern tiger swallowtail (Papilio glaucus), According to NABA-North Jersey Butterfly Club website, eastern tiger swallowtails are common and widespread in New Jersey. I saw 3 eastern tiger swallowtails in my garden the other day. That was a butterfly crowd. Purple coneflowers were the main… Continue Reading “Eastern tiger swallowtails–distinguishing females and males”