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pipe·vine

 (pīp′vīn′)
n.
A deciduous woody vine (Aristolochia macrophylla) of the eastern United States, having greenish, brown-mottled flowers shaped like a curved pipe. Also called Dutchman's pipe.
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Attracts black swallowtail, giant swallowtail, Monarch, painted lady, pipevine swallowtail, queen, question mark, red admiral, red-spotted purple, zebra longwing, zebra swallowtail, spicebush swallowtail, eastern tiger swallowtail, variegated fritillary, viceroy, eastern comma, gulf fritillary, mourning cloak, anise swallowtail and other species of butterflies.
Adding to the garden's beauty are plants that attract native butterflies, including Monarchs, Pipevine Swallowtails and Anise Swallowtails.
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canadensis, whereas it inherited the sex chromosome associated with mimicry (of the toxic pipevine swallowtail, Battus philenor), and its dimorphism, from P.
In a third-grade classroom, students observed a specialist caterpillar, Battus philenor, the pipevine swallowtail butterfly (Figure 1).
The 2,500-acre grounds are flush with 200 bird species, along with a vast array of native plants, including the Pipevine, the only plant Pipevine Swallowtail butterflies can lay eggs on.
How caterpillar avoid overheating: behavioral and phenotypic plasticity of pipevine swallowtail larvae.
7 million when the San Francisco payment processor PipeVine collapsed.
Mizejewski is a big fan of pipevine (Aristolochia macrophylla), which is host to the pipevine swallowtail butterfly.
The refuge provides shelter and habitat for more than 300 butterfly species, including the zebra longwing, pipevine swallowtail, julia, and Mexican blue wing.
speciosa for dry gardens), native oaks (such as coast live oak), penstemon, pipevine, and willow.
In the case of the pipevine swallowtail, you really are what you eat.