Caterpillar hosts plants:
males perch and patrol for females, females lay eggs singly on top of host leaves, hibernates as adults in the south and mild winters, puddles.
The painded lady and the American painted lady are very similar in appearance. The painted lady has four or five small black spots on the rear portion of each hind wing. The American painted lady has two large black dots with blue centers on each hind wing.
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