Two-tailed Swallowtail in Georgia?

Grkovich, Alex agrkovich at
Thu Aug 11 20:10:47 EDT 2005

This is without doubt a female Eastern Tiger Swallowtail...


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Subject: Re: Two-tailed Swallowtail in Georgia?

"Xi Wang" <tachyon_flux at> wrote in message
news:zwOKe.194708$%K2.26031 at pd7tw1no...
>I can't actually see the tails in great detail in the pic.  However, based
>on the black barring on the upper forewings, I'd say this was an Eastern
>tiger swallowtail.
> What made you think it was a two-tailed swallowtail?
> Cheers
> Xi
> bkherren at wrote:
>> I believe I photographed a Two-tailed Swallowtail in Georgia last
>> month.
>> Has it been seen this far east before?
>> Berlene

Multicaudata don't have that much blue marking, at least the ones here in
the west coast, USA.


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