One of the most frustrating things about studying butterflies is trying to identify what is flying around out there (or crawling, the in case of caterpillars). These web sites have photos that are not only beautiful to look at, but may help with identification.
Butterflies found in North Carolina Nature photographer Randy Emmitt`s site with local information and photos of over 125 common and rare NC butterfly species. Nearly all the pages have photos of both the male and female butterfly species as well.
Butterflies of North Carolina Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center site with photos and detailed information on butterflies of NC and county lists updated to April 01, 2000. Certainly a great online resource on butterflies.
Butterflies of South Carolina Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center site with photos and detailed information on butterflies of SC and county lists updated to April 01, 2000. Certainly a great online resource on butterflies.
North America Butterfly Photos
A delightful gallery of photos taken with the Nikon CoolPix 995. Will’s gallery contains photos of 134 species of butterflies and is still growing.
Jeff Pippen’s Nature Home Page Member Jeff has photos and articles about Leps, odes, birds, and much, much more.
Ann’s Butterfly Garden Photos From Ann’s Garden in Columbia, SC. A web site on butterfly gardening in South Carolina.
Nothing but Butterflies A Texas A&M site with great pictures, including some emergence sequences.
Moth Families A Texas A&M site with great, highly detailed moth photos.
Photographs from Nature – Butterfly Gallery A Canadian site with photographs by Jay Cossey.
The Butterfly Website Photos, Conservation information, educational material for teachers, lots of material oriented for children.