13 thoughts on “Pipevine Swallowtail

  1. krispeterson100

    I wish I had your talent in capturing butterflies in the garden, Susie. I expect you have more flitting about then I do as well. The numbers here, even of skippers, seem terribly low again this year.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Chase them around and around Kris like an obsessed person! This type is frenetic so I ended up with shall we say “many” photographs before it let me get close.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Thanks Beth for sharing your butterfly sighting with me. There have been very few Eastern Tiger Swallowtails around the garden this year, usually quite abundant.

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  2. gardeninacity

    I am so jealous – have never seen one, I planted a Dutchman’s Pipevine in hopes of attracting some, but it didn’t work. Then I seem to have killed the vine.

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    1. pbmgarden Post author

      Hope one just shows up in your yard like this one did for us. we just happened to be lunching on our back porch and I ran out with the camera to see what it was. I don’t know who’s growing the host plant here but I appreciate it! My understanding is the pipevine swallowtail is not rare here in piedmont of NC, but it’s much more commonly seen in our mountains.

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