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Witness the Gulf Fritillary butterfly come out of it's pupa, then release it out into the wild! The Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis Vanilae) is native to the eastern coast of the U.S., but it also lives in some western states such as Texas and California. Males are usually a bright red/orange, while females have more darker, orange/brown wings. It should take around 5-10 days for your pupa to emerge.



The caterpillars will feed on a variety of Passionvine such as Purple Passionvine, Corky-Stemmed Passionvine, and Inspiration Passionvine.

Gulf Fritillary Pupa

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