Arkansas Butterflies and Moths
Part of the Ozark Society Foundation's nature series, this book talks about Arkansas' rich population of butterflies and moths. Most of the butterflies and moths are found throughout the eastern United States and parts of the western states. It includes detailed text entries alongside full-sized photographs of each species.
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Skippers Family Hesperiidae
Swallowtails Family Papilionidae
Whites and Sulphurs Family Pieridae
Coppers Hairstreaks and Blues Family Lycaenidae
Metalmarks Family Riodinidae
Moth upperside Wing Patterns
Carpenterworm Moths Family Cossidae
SackBearers Family Mimallonidae
abdomen adults apex ARKANSAS BUTTERFL1ES black lines black spots blue Breeding resident broods brown lines brownish butterflies butterflies and moths caterpillar Cloudless Sulphur cocoon color Common statewide Craighead County Diana Fritillary Dun Skipper Duskywing eyespots females Flight April September Flight March Flight May October flowers forest edges forewing fringe gardens gray grayish Habitat open areas Habitat woodlands Hairstreak head hindwing Host plants members Host plants numerous inches Larva Larva is green Larva is variable lateral stripes Logan County Wingspan lorewing male Moths Family mottled nectar numbers O/arks oaks Orange Sulphur orange with black Ouachita Mountains outer margin pale patch pests pink Pipevine Swallowtail pupa Pupa overwinters pupate purple Rare to uncommon Red-spotted Purple reddish brown setae Sexually dimorphic shading Skipper EH Southern Broken-Dash species spines tails thorax trees Uncommon to common Underwing Upperside Upperside brown vellow Washington County Wingspan white spots wing margins woodlands and forests yellow