Swallowtails & Other Butterflies, GA USA March 2009

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    Jacqui
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    Terry
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    Hi Jean

    My Document on my set up is on this site with the info you need. Go too other species Tab And it’s the last on list, Breeding Yellow Admirals

    Terry

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    Jean
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    Wow, what a great crop of butterflies. Am interested to know Terry’s feeding system as I am planning a new house for next season – maybe plastic or windscreen cloth rather than the glasshouse which gets too hot. Tried sugar water in small red containers last summer but b’flies just wanted to get out and be free!
    Jean@Wakefield

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    Branson
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    Yellow flowered plant Swallowtails r feeding on in first photos is the Carolina Jessamine climber (scientific name Gelsemium Jessamine & state flower of South Carolina) – it’s evergreen/fast growing & flowers profusely mid-late winter into spring – I’ve never noticed butterflies on it here in the nursery but prob coz none around when it’s winter flowering……..

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    Jacqui
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    Hi Terry

    Great to see what’s going on over in the Northern Hemisophere. There’s also these photographs too:

    http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/Jeffrey.Boswell/TerrySButterflies#

    When is Jeffrey coming to NZ?

    Jacqui

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