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Es común en varias partes de Norteamérica y en Sudamérica. En Estados Unidos y Canadá se encuentran principalmente en el sur y en el este. Tienen una envergadura de alas de 10 a 16 cm de longitud,1​ siendo la mariposa más grande de Estados Unidos y Canadá.

En los Estados Unidos, P. cresphontes es observado principalmente en los bosques de hoja caduca y en plantaciones de cítricos donde se consideran las principales plagas. Vuelan entre mayo y agosto, tienen dos crías en el norte y tres en el sur. Pueden ir desde el sur de California, Arizona, a una profundidad al sur como México y hacia el norte hasta el sureste de Canadá. Fuera de EE.UU. y Canadá se encuentran en México, América Central, Colombia y Cuba. /

This species is common in several parts of North America and South America. In the United States and Canada, they are mainly found in the south and in the east. They have a wingspan of 10 to 16 cm in length, 1 being the largest butterfly in the United States and Canada.

In the United States, P. cresphontes is observed mainly in deciduous forests and in citrus plantations where the main pests are considered. They fly between May and August, they have two young in the north and three in the south. They can go from southern California, Arizona, to a depth to the south like Mexico and north to southeastern Canada. Outside the USA and Canada are in Mexico, Central America, Colombia and Cuba.

Tags:   Ala wing Costa_Rica Amarillo Yellow Cafe Brown Nature Naturaleza Papilionidae Papilio Papilioninae Red Rojo Rouge

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Tags:   Grasshopper Saltamonte Chapulin Grillo Salto Cafe Brown Flower Petalo Garden Jardin flores Langosta Jump

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Cheilocostus speciosus ou Costus speciosus - Canne d'eau ou Coste ou Gingembre crêpe - Cane-reed or Crepe-ginger or Malay ginger or Wild ginger - COSTA RICA - Arenal

Tags:   Costus speciosus Canne d'eau Cheilocostus speciosus Coste Gingembre crêpe Cane-reed Crepe-ginger Malay ginger Wild ginger 5143D botany plante fleur Costaceae Zingiberales Plantae Amérique Centrale Costa Rica Arenal

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Palma, Alajuela, Costa Rica

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La Fortuna, Alajuela, CR

Before going on a sloth tour (where we saw 5 sloths, both Three-toed and Two-toed, and a Jacamar) we stopped in at a little feeding station, which I never found the name of - I think it may be Sendero Bogarin (well thats what it is according to ebird).

Anyhoodle, this place turned out to be one of the best places for photographing birds on the trip and we got to see birds such as the Yellow-Throated Euphonia, Red-Legged Honeycreeper, Gray-Headed Chachalaca, Green Honeyeater and four Collared Aracaris. I also found it interesting that we found a Red-Winged Blackbird as well at the feeding station!

Euphonias are kind of confusing but there seems to be two 'varieties' in CR - I find that some of the Euphonias have yellow up until their bill (like this one) and some have it until the lower throat (there is blue between the bill and belly) and I must of seen both varieties because looking back on my photos revealed that I may of actually had a White-Vented Euphonia at Rancho as well!

Euphonias are a subfamily of the finch and siskin family, and consists of 27 species, mostly with the same color scheme. Them and Chlorophonias make up the family euphoniinae.

Tags:   Euphonia hirundinacea yellow-throated finch siskin costa rica bird wild fortuna CR birdfeeding alajuela


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