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Animals 28 381
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Other Subjects 10 105
Total Subjects 109 1187
Glossary 6 171

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This rare and endangered butterfly is now only found on a couple of the upper Florida keys and in a few small sites nearby on the mainland.

SCHAUS SWALLOWTAIL - Heraclides aristodemus var. ponceanus

The Schaus' swallowtail is a butterfly of tropical hardwood hammocks, historically from the greater Miami area to Lower Matecumbe Key.
Similar to the giant swallowtail, but the 'tails' of the Schaus' swallowtail have a yellow margin instead of a yellow spot. Sexes are similar, with the males having yellow-tipped antennae and the females with dark-tipped antennae
The primary larval host plants are sea torchwood and wild lime.
This species' common name is in honor of US entomologist & botanist William Schaus (1858-1942)

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