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We have the Gulf Fritillary and Variegated here. Gulf is probably the most common butterfly of them all around this part of the country.
If I remember correctly, that plant has to be picked young, soaked in water and boiled about 3 times to make it edible...I think I'll pass..there are too many plants you can simply pick and eat...like Chickweed, Dill, Peppergrass, Cat Tails, Dandelions...
I'll eat very few wild mushrooms, too easy to confuse them. The one they sell in grocery stores has a wild cousin (Agaricus Campestris) that's super easy, and one of my favorites. Puffballs are also very easy, if a puffball is white inside and doesn't stink, it's edible. And that's exactly what my mushroom ID book says about them. A couple are purple or green inside and a couple smell awful...one is basically edible but so small it's not worth fooling with. But the softball sized brown ones are excellent...peel off the leathery skin, slice it up and drop it in some hot butter...oh yeah...
I didn't know Gulf Fritillaries were called Passion butterflies so I will add that to my keywords accordingly. I noticed that the image is not showing up in a search for "pokeweed". I am not sure if you noticed that I suggested that. That is what we mostly call them locally. I also put in a link so that you could learn more. In that link you will find other names.
"Other Names: Phytolacca decandra, American cancer, American nightshade, American spinach, bear's grape, cancer-root, coakum, garget, inkberry, inkweed, pigeonberry, poke, pokeberry, pokeroot, pokeweed, red-ink plant, skoke berry, Virginia poke. "
Use em or not. I would also put in "Poke Weed" if you haven't already.