Butterflies and Moths of North America

collecting and sharing data about Lepidoptera

Happy Pollinator Week: June 21-27, 2021! Butterflies and moths are pollinators of many flowering plants.

Did you know? The Hummingbird Clearwing (Hemaris thysbe) hovers in flight and uses its long tongue to sip nectar from flowers.

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Family Noctuidae

Heliothis virescens Tobacco Budworm Moth

Schinia arcigera Arcigera Flower Moth

Schinia florida Primrose Moth

Schinia rivulosa Ragweed Flower Moth

Alypia octomaculata Eight-spotted Forester

Eudryas grata Beautiful Wood-nymph

Eudryas unio Pearly Wood-nymph

Psychomorpha epimenis Grapevine Epimenis

Ogdoconta cinereola Common Pinkband

Family Erebidae

Apantesis phalerata Harnessed Moth

Cisseps fulvicollis Yellow-collared Scape Moth

Crambidia pallida Pale Lichen Moth

Cycnia tenera Delicate Cycnia or Dogbane Tiger Moth

Estigmene acrea Salt Marsh Moth or Acrea Moth

Euchaetes egle Milkweed Tussock Moth or Milkweed Tiger Moth

Halysidota harrisii Sycamore Tussock Moth

Halysidota sp.

Halysidota tessellaris Banded Tussock Moth or Pale Tiger Moth

Haploa clymene Clymene Moth

Hypercompe scribonia Great Leopard Moth

Hyphantria cunea Fall Webworm Moth

Hypoprepia miniata Scarlet-winged Lichen Moth

Lophocampa caryae Hickory Tussock Moth or Hickory Tiger Moth

Pyrrharctia isabella Isabella Tiger Moth or Banded Woolybear

Spilosoma congrua Agreeable Tiger Moth

Spilosoma virginica Virginian Tiger Moth or Yellow Woolybear Moth

Virbia aurantiaca Orange Holomelina

Idia aemula Common Idia Moth

Idia americalis American Idia Moth