Red Admiral Facts
Scientific Classification of Red Admiral: Vanessa Atlanta
Kingdom of Red Admiral: Animalia
Phylum of Red Admiral: Arthopoda
Class of Red Admiral: nsecta
Order of Red Admiral: Lepidoptera
Family of Red Admiral: Nymphalidae
Genus of Red Admiral: Vanessa
Species of Red Admiral: V.atlanta
Pictures of Red Admiral
Take a look at some of the exciting pictures of these species!
Some Interesting Facts about Red Admiral
These species are no doubt very beautiful and attractive.
Range of Red Admiral
These species prefer to dwell in warmer parts of Mexico, USA, North Canada, Newfoundland, Churchill, Hawaii, Newzealand, and Europe and Northern regions of Asia, Africa.
Characteristics of Red Admiral
Behavior of Red Admiral
Food Habits of Red Admiral
These species like to feed on fermenting fruits, sap of the trees and almost anything dropping from the tree. In addition to this, they like to have flowers, milkweed, flower weed and aster in their diet.
Habitats of Red Admiral
They are territorial in nature. One could spot these species mainly in the forests, mountains towns, gardens, marshes, parks or seashores.
Breeding of Red Admiral
In case of these species, the males tend to be territorial. They usually prefer a sunlit area to carry out the process. However, if they spot any male counterpart in the vicinity, then both of the same genders get competitive and fight against each other.
Life Cycle of Red Admiral
Host Plant of Red Admiral
Predators of Red Admiral
Migration of Red Admiral
These species are found almost everywhere. They mostly hibernate during wintertime. The species inhabiting the northern portion have originally migrated from the southern regions.
Life Span of Red Admiral
During the winter, these species live for about 9 months. However in the summer, these species live for about 4 – 6 months.
Conservation Status of Red Admiral
These species are not in the list of those endangered.
Significance of Red Admiral
The red admiral symbolizes souls or spirits. However, some traditional cultures have elaborated it as transformation of soul or resurrection. The lifespan of these species is very small.
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