Papilio machaonides (Esper, 1796)

Petionville, Haiti; May 29 1930 "Haiti" July 1940
Rio Camu, La Vega, Dominican Republic June 27 1990; male 20 KM SW Pedernales, Dominican Republic July 2001; large Female ex larva

   Confined to the island of Hispaniola, where it is the most common of the swallowtails. Females are similar to males. Frequents gardens and inhabited areas, but prefers wetter wooded to dryer habitats on the island.