Collection Date: June 25 and July 6, 1934
7 in HIGH x 5 in WIDE x 0.75 in DEEP
Utah County, UT

Payson Canyon

Gift of the Walt Disney Family Foundation

Four (4) butterfly in a Riker Mount which is a thin, glass-topped, cotton-filled exhibition case. Upper surface of forewing cell with 3 dark gray bars. Front wing has no red spots. Upper surface of hindwing with 2 red spots; female usually has red anal bar. Mated females have large, white keeled pouch (sphragis) at end of abdomen.  They are arranged in four rows.  The butterfly in the first row and the second one in the second row is female. The first one in the second row and the one in the last row are male. Verso from left to right and top to bottom: "Parnassius Clodius 6-25-34 Payson Canyon Utah Co. Utah [female symbol] [male symbol] [female symbol] [male symbol]"

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