Dragonflies, Butterflies and Moths

Achemon sphinx (Eumorpha achemon) © Jim  C Rorabaugh
Arizona Sister butterfly (Adelpha eulalia). © Chris Roll
White-lined Sphinx Moth (Hyles lineata, Sphingidae). © Stephen L. Minter
Variegated Fritillary  butterfly (Euptoieta claudia). © Chris Roll
Small eyed sphinx (Paonias myops) © David Bygott
Eumeda Checkerspot butterfly (Chlosyne eumeda, Nymphalidae). © Doug Danforth
Two tailed swallowtail (Papilio multicaudata) © Stephen L. Minter
Black-tailed Ringtail dragonfly (Erpetogomphus molossus, Gomphidae).  New species published by Richard A. Bailowitz, Doug Danforth, and Sandy Upson in 2013. © Doug Danforth
Arizona Sister butterfly (Adelpha eulalia). © Chris Roll
Bordered Patch butterfly (Chlosyne lacinia, Nymphalidae). © Ana Lilia Reina
Pipevine swallowtail (Battus philenor). © James C. Rorabaugh
Mournful Dusky-Wing butterfly (Erynnis tristis, Hesperiidae). © Stephen L. Minter
Hieroglyphic moth (Diphthera festiva, Noctuidae). © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by Thomas R. Van Devender.
Pipevine swallowtail (Battus philenor). Larva on rock. © Sky Island Alliance. Photo by Thomas R. Van Devender
Elf (Microtia elva) © Sky Island Alliance
Patagonia eyed silkmoth (Automeris patagoniensis, Saturniidae). This species was described from specimens at Harshaw in the Patagonia Mountains of Arizona. MABA Expeditions to the Sierras la Madera and Púrica extended its range into Sonora, Mexico. © Charles Hedgcock
Creamy stripe-streak (Arawaca jada) © Sue D. Carnahan
Black swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes) © Stephen L. Minter
Falco sphinx moth (Xylophanes falco) © David Bygott
Imperial moth (Eacles imperialis) © Charles Hedgcock
Gulf fritillary (Agraulis vanillae) © Doug Danforth
Calleta silkmoth (Eupackardia calleta) © Bill Radke
Leilia hackberry (Asterocampa leilia) © Stephen L. Minter
Roseate skimmer (Orthemis ferruginea) © Doug Danforth
Black-patched cracker (Hamadryas atlantis) © Stephen L. Minter
Blackened bluewing (Myscelia cyananthe) © Stephen L. Minter
Large orange sulphur (Phoebis agarithe) © Doug Danforth
Hubbard's silk moth (Sphingicampa hubbardi) © Jim C. Rorabaugh
Viceroy (Limentis archippus) ©Dean Goehring
Queen (Danaus gilippus) © Dean Goehring
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