Zerene cesonia (Southern Dogface) (Zerene_cesonia_1.1)

About Zerene cesonia

Zerene cesonia, the southern dogface, is a North and South American butterfly in the family Pieridae, subfamily Coliadinae.

This butterfly can be found in short-grass prairie hills, open woodlands, and near road edges. Both male and female southern dogfaces may be seen feeding at flowers such as alfalfa, Coreopsis species, Houstonia species, and Verbena species.

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Taxonomy ID 33412

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Taxonomy ID 33412

Data source University of Montana

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Genome assembly: Zerene_cesonia_1.1

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