The Indra Swallowtail butterfly

Now let's go to the butterfly. Much of this part of my presentation will include what I have discovered in Utah and neighboring states. First of all, lets look at the races and their known distributions.

The map below depicts the currently known range of the Indra Swallowtail.

The 12 described races are shown in the following photograph:

P. i. pergamus P. i. nevadensis P. i. panamintensis P. i. kaibabensis P. i. calcicola P. i. pygmaeus P. i. fordi P. i. shastensis P. i. minori P. i. phyllisae P. i. martini P. i. indra

The 12 known subspecies of Papilio indra.
First row:  pergamus, nevadensis, panamintensis, kaibabensis
Second row: calcicola, pygmaeus, fordi, shatensis
Bottom row: minori, phyllisae, martini (dark form), indra

The map below shows the distributions of all described races to date, plus an undescribed population in Utah.
The map is clickable.

P. i. indra, P. i. fordi P. i. fordi P. i. indra P. i. phyllisae, pergamus, pergamentensis P. i. phyllisae P. i. pergamus P. i. pergamentensis P. i. nevadensis, martini P. i. nevadensis P. i. martini P. i. minori, kaibabensis P. i. minori P. i. shastensis, pygmaeus P. i. shastensis P. i. pygmaeus P. i. undescribes, calcicola P. i. undescribed P. i. calcicola P.i. kaibabensis

Utah