Zebra Swallowtail (LEP6) Eurytides marcellus
This species has the most pronounced tail of all North American swallowtails. Black stripes alternate with creamy white bands, and a scarlet streak crosses the middle of the hindwing. A pair of red spots, then two blue ones, lead down to the long tail. This striking butterfly is found only where pawpaw grows as the larvae feed on this plant.