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Phaon Crescent Phyciodes phaon (W.H. Edwards, ) Family: Nymphalidae. Subfamily: Nymphalinae. Identification: Forewing is dark orange and black with a pale cream median band. Underside of hindwing is cream to yellowish; spring and fall. The phaon crescent, Phyciodes phaon (Edwards), is a common southern crescent that frequents moist open areas.

It resembles the pearl crescent that is found in the same areas, but differs by the more checkered fringe on the wings.

Figure 1. Adult phaon crescent, Phyciodes phaon (Edwards). Photograph by Robert Lord Zimlich. Original Combination: [Phyciodes Phaon] form Aestiva The two names listed above were proposed in an informal manner with no type data. Brown (), Trans. Entomol. Soc. 92(3):did not detail these names in his study of W.

Edwards’ types. Phyciodes, the crescents or crescent spots (like some related genera) is a genus of butterflies of the subfamily Nymphalinae in the family Nymphalidae.

Species. In alphabetical order: Phyciodes batesii (Reakirt, ) – tawny crescent; Phyciodes cocyta (Cramer, []) – northern crescent; Phyciodes graphica (R. Felder, ) – Vesta crescent; Phyciodes mylitta (W. Edwards, Class: Insecta. The Phaon crescent closely resembles a cousin called the pearl crescent butterly, Phyciodes tharos, which is also fairly common throughout Florida.

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One difference is in the size — the Phaon is a bit smaller, with a wingspan between 1 Phyciodes phaon book inches. Full text of "Phaon crescent, Phyciodes phaon: life cycle, nutritional ecology and reproduction" See other formats.

Nymphalidae: Nymphalinae Phyciodes phaon (Edwards, ) Phaon Crescent. A Phaon Crescent Butterfly (Phyciodes phaon) in Everglades National Park.

| Florida Landscape and Nature Photography by Paul Marcellini. The tiny Phaon Crescent is similar to the larger and more common and widespread Pearl Crescent, but found only along the coast in North Carolina, usually near its host plant, Fogfruit (Lippia nodiflora).Look for the pale orange bar in the middle of the forewing, which contrasts with the darker orange of the rest of the wings.

Media in category "Phyciodes phaon" The following 26 files are in this category, out of 26 total. Crescent spot (Phyciodes phaon) 2, × 2,; MBInfrakingdom: Protostomia. Jun 2, - Phyciodes, commonly but ambiguously called the "crescents" or "crescentspots" (like some related genera) is a genus of butterflies of the subfamily Nymphalinae in the family Nymphalidae.

The Tawny Crescent (Phyciodes batesii) is a species of Nymphalidae that occurs in North America. See more ideas about Butterfly, Beautiful butterflies and Moth pins. The Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) is a small butterfly of the southern United States and Mexico.

The first 3 shots shown here were taken in Austin, Travis Co., Texas, in November,with a Canon EOS 1D Mark III and EF mm F/4 L IS lens and 2X extender.

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Phyciodes phaon (W. Edwards, ) – Phaon Crescent: Species: Phyciodes picta (W. Edwards, ) – Painted Crescent Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: Annotated taxonomic checklist of the Lepidoptera of North America, North of Mexico Biological classification: Genus.

Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes p. phaon) MALE (DORSAL) FEMALE (DORSAL) VENTRAL. Caterpillar Hostplants: Lance-Leaf Frogfruit (Lippia lanceolata), Common Frogfruit (Lippia nodiflora). Area Sighting Locations: White Rock Lake, Texas Discovery Gardens, Heard Museum, Dallas Arboretum.

Agree with Bill, this is a Phaon Crescent Looks like one of the Crescen Kyle, this specimen looks like a male Pearl Crescent Northern Crescent Very confusing since PM marks on both wings Andy, I need to change the ID Surprising ID Looks like Tawny Crescent - Phyciodes batesii A Crescent, probably Nothern based on location Moved to Phaon Crescent.

Phyciodes (Phyciodes) orseis herlani Bauer, ; Butterflies of North America:pl. 45, f. ; TL: Nevada, Glenbrook Creek, Douglas Co. List of Butterflies of Arkansas.

The following list of butterflies are found in Arkansas. Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) Silvery Checkerspot (Chlosyne nycteis) Harvesters (Miletinae) Harvester.

Pearl Crescent (Phyciodes tharos). Boca Raton, FL, Octo The Phaon Crescent looks remarkably similar; the main difference is that one of the bands of orange in the upper wings in Pearl is cream-colored in Phaon: Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon).

Boca Raton, FL, October 7, Wildlife and Ecology: Possible larval host plant for common buckeye (Junonia coenia), phaon crescent (Phyciodes phaon) and white peacock (Anartia jatrophae) butterflies. Possible nectar plant for barred yellow (Eurema daira), ceraunus blue (Hemiargus ceraunus), field skipper (Atalopedes campestris), gray hairstreak (Strymon melinus), little.

List of Butterflies of Texas. The following list of butterflies are found in Texas. Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) West Coast Lady (Vanessa annabella) White Peacock (Anartia jatrophae) Parnassians.

Phyciodes Hübner, [] Type species: Papilio cocyta Pieter Cramer, [] References. Gatrelle, R.R., Two new Nymphalidae from western North Carolina: new subspecies of Speyeria aphrodite and Phyciodes batesii.

The Taxonomic Report 1 (3): 1–8. Sappho and Phaon is generally thought to be her major work. Sourced from Ovid's Heroides, the tale of Sappho's love for an unfaithful boatman is apocryphal. But it's a useful vehicle for Robinson Author: Carol Rumens.

Plant Type: Perennial, Zones:Height: in., Light Requirements: Full sun, Water/Soil Requirements: Grows well in a variety of soil types - prefers well-drained soil, Propagation: Seeds, Host Plant: Common Buckeye (Junonia coenia), White Peacock (Anartia jatrophae), Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui) and Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) Butterflies.

Texan Crescent (Phyciodes texana) Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) Pearl Crescent (Phyciodes tharos) Mimic Crescent (Phyciodes incognitus) - Clay Co., NC Tawny Crescent (Phyciodes batesii maconensis) - Clay Co., NC Baltimore Checkerspot (Euphydryas phaeton) Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis) Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma).

Alabama Butterfly Atlas. The Alabama Butterfly Atlas (ABA) collects, interprets, and shares information about Alabama's butterfly populations for the purpose of education and conservation.

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Butterflies and Moths of Galveston Island State Park. The primary source for much of this information is the wonderful book Butterflies of Houston and Southeast Texas.

The second list provides a shorter list of butterflies and moths known to occur in Galveston County, Texas. Phaon Crescent, Phyciodes phaon, (c) Pearl Crescent, Phyciodes.

General Landscape Uses: Primarily recommended for natural landscapes and habitat restorations. Also butterfly gardens and water gardens and along pond and lake edges. Availability: Native plant nurseries. Available in Lake Worth at Amelia's SmartyPlants () and in Sanibel at the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation ().

Butterflies and selected moths of Central Texas; Offline access enabled Print Phaon Crescent Phyciodes phaon. Pearl Crescent Phyciodes tharos.

Gorgone Checkerspot Chlosyne gorgone. Crimson Patch Chlosyne janais. Bordered Patch Chlosyne lacinia. The name Phaon is of Greek origin. The meaning of Phaon is "mythical ferryman". Phaon is generally used as a boy's name.

It consists of 5 letters and 1 syllable and is pronounced Phaon. Phyciodes phaon‎ (26 F) Phyciodes picta Phyciodes texana‎ (1 P, 7 F) Phyciodes tharos‎ (1 P, 91 F) V Phyciodes vesta‎ (3 F) Media in category "Phyciodes" The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total.

(from top, going clockwise)- Northern Crescent (Phyciodes selenis), Orange Sulphur (Colias eurytheme), and Clouded Infrakingdom: Protostomia. News of this discovery prompted a response from Leroy Koehn, who had collected the species in Brunswick County, NC, in May and September Oddly, these 's records had apparently never been made public, as no field guide, reference book, or website has shown the range to include NC.See our Checklist of Butterflies of San Diego County and learn more about the insects and arachnids of our region, see our Reference section for species checklists, essays, books recommended by our staff, and other resources on our own site.

Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon) *Field Crescent (Phyciodes pulchellus The common name of the.Sappho and Phaon is an neoclassical painting by the French painter Jacques-Louis David of Cupid, Sappho and her lover was commissioned by Prince Nikolai Yusupov for his Moika Palace and is now the only painting by David in the Hermitage Museum in Saint : Jacques-Louis David.