Regional Butterfly and Moth Information
Top 20 Commonly Reported Butterflies and Moths of Kansas
These are the most commonly reported butterflies and moths in Kansas. If you do not see the species you found, look at all photographs submitted in Kansas, or visit the Kansas page to see recently submitted sightings.
We can help identify your butterfly or moth!
If you know the date and location where the photograph was taken, we can help. It's simple!
A coordinator will review your submission, and you will get an email with the identification.
Do you have a photograph of a caterpillar? If so, when you submit your photograph, please provide us with host plant information if possible. Consider raising it to the adult stage before submitting photographs.
Surprisingly, most of the larval stages of butterflies and moths are simply unknown, and caterpillar photographs can be very difficult to identify. It may take some time for a coordinator to identify your caterpillar.
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