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Natives for Your Neighborhood wildlife list


Wildlife in Zip Code 33031


Below is a list of animals that may be observed in this zip code. By planting native species, you will not only create a low-maintenance landscape to enjoy, but you will also create habitat for these wildlife species.

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Common Name Scientific Name
Butterflies
Barred Yellow Eurema daira
Black Swallowtail Papilio polyxenes
Brazilian Skipper, Canna skipper Calpodes ethlius
Carolina Satyr Hermeuptychia sosybius
Cassius Blue Leptotes cassius theonus
Ceraunus Blue Hemiargus ceraunus antibubastis
Clouded Skipper Lerema accius
Cloudless Sulphur Phoebis sennae
Common Buckeye Junonia coenia
Dainty Sulphur Nathalis iole
Dorantes Longtail Urbanus dorantes
Eastern Pygmy-Blue Brephidium pseudofea
Fiery Skipper Hylephila phyleus
Fulvous Hairstreak Electrostrymon angelia
Giant Swallowtail Papilio cresphontes
Gray Hairstreak Strymon melinus
Great Southern White Ascia monuste
Gulf Fritillary Agraulis vanillae
Julia Heliconian Dryas iulia
Monarch Danaus plexippus
Monk Skipper Asbolis capucinus
Painted Lady Vanessa cardui
Palamedes Swallowtail Papilio palamedes
Phaon Crescent Phyciodes phaon
Polydamas Swallowtail Battus polydamas
Queen Danaus gilippus
Red-banded Hairstreak Calycopis cecrops
Ruddy Daggerwing Marpesia petreus
Sachem Atalopedes campestris
Southern Broken-Dash Wallengrenia otho
Variegated Fritillary Euptoieta claudia
Viceroy Limenitis archippus
White Peacock Anartia jatrophae
Zebra Heliconian Heliconius charithonia



 
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