Arthropod: Mourning Cloak

BY: Savannah Eaves

Scientific Name: Nymphalis Antiopa

The Adult Mourning Cloak is brownish maroon with pale cream with bright blue spots along the edges the wings are usually ragged

Nymphalis Antiopa (Mourning Cloak)

  • They are located in North America,U.K (Camberwell Beauty)
  • The Normal Habitat is the woods, parks, gardens along lakes, streams, ponds
  • They eat willow,American Elm, poplar, Hack berry, wild rose, and hawthrones
  • Mourning Cloaks drink from nectar like Milkweed and Red Maple, Rotting, food tree sap, and mud puddles