Black form Female - Green Ridge State Forest, MD 2015/05/05
Male - The Pinery Provincial Park
Goderich, ON 2013/06/22
Female - Spooky Hollow Norfolk, ON 2011/08/17
There is considerable overlap between the range of this southern species and that of the more northern Canadian Tiger Swallowtail. This area of overlap extends across southern Ontario, and both species, as well as what appears to be hybrids can be found there. If a Tiger Swallowtail is seen later in the summer in Ontario, it is likely a second-brood Eastern Tiger ( the Canadian Tiger only has one brood in the spring ). The black form of the female shown at bottom left is fairly rare in Ontario.