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- The callippe silverspot butterfly (Speyeria callippe callippe) is a federal endangered species in the brush-footed butterfly family Nymphalidae. This...
- Speyeria callippe, the callippe fritillary, is a fritillary from North America. Larvae feed on Viola pedunculata and Viola nuttallii. Listed alphabetically:...
- Speyeria atlantis (Edwards, 1862) Callippe fritillary, Speyeria callippe Callippe silverspot butterfly, Speyeria callippe callippe Great spangled fritillary,...
- beetle) Pyrgus ruralis lagunae (Laguna Mountains skipper) Speyeria callippe callippe (Callippe silverspot butterfly) Texamaurops reddelli (Kretschmarr Cave...
- Comstock's silverspot (Speyeria callippe comstocki) is a silverspot butterfly ranging from northern California to Baja Mexico. Po****tions are near extirpation...
- atlantis (Edwards, 1862) – Atlantis fritillary Speyeria callippe (Boisduval, 1852) – callippe fritillary Speyeria carolae (dos P****os & Grey, 1942) –...
- Mountains zerene fritillary, Speyeria zerene carolae Callippe fritillary, Speyeria callippe Speyeria callippe nevadensis Great Basin fritillary, Speyeria egleis...
- arcesia Asia Bog fritillary Boloria eunomia North America Callippe fritillary Speyeria callippe North America Caribbean false fritillary Anetia pantheratus...
- missionensis), elfin (Callophrys mossii bayensis) and callippe silverspot (Speyeria callippe callippe) butterflies, as well as the San Francisco garter snake...
- coronis fritillary Speyeria zerenezerene fritillary Speyeria callippecallippe fritillary Speyeria atlantisAtlantis fritillary Speyeria hesperis...
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