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  1. Mariposa Road: The First Butterfly Big Year by Robert Michael Pyle, 2010-09-27
  2. Prilla And the Butterfly Lie (Disney Fairies) by Kitty Richards, 2007-04-24
  3. Florida's Fabulous Butterflies & Moths (Florida's Fabulous Series Vol 2) by Thomas C. Emmel, Brian Kenney, 1997-02
  4. The Butterfly Alphabet Book (Jerry Pallotta's Alphabet Books) by Brian Cassie, Jerry Pallotta, 1995-07
  5. Butterfly by Rochelle Alers, 2010-08-01
  6. Butterfly Battle (The Magic School Bus Chapter Book #16) by Nancy White, 2003-11-01
  7. Time For Kids: Butterflies! by Editors Of Time For Kids, 2006-03-01
  8. Painting Butterflies & Blooms with Sherry C. Nelson by Sherry C. Nelson, 2010-03-18
  9. Butterfly Rising by Tanya Wright, 2010-08-05
  10. The Butterfly Alphabet by Kjell B Sandved, 1999-07-01
  11. Born to Be a Butterfly (DK READERS) by Karen Wallace, 2010-05-17
  12. I Never Saw Another Butterfly (One Act) by Celeste Raspanti, 1980-07-01
  13. Butterflies of the East Coast: An Observer's Guide by Rick Cech, Guy Tudor, 2007-03-19
  14. The Girl Who Threw Butterflies (Yearling Book) by Mick Cochrane, 2010-02-09

61. Butterflies Found In North Carolina!
Online Guide for butterflies found in North Carolina including photos of 150+ species of live butterflies.
Dragonfly Photos
Damselfly Photos

Spider Photos

Nature Photographer
Randy L Emmitt
Butterflies of North Carolina! Swallowtails (Family Papilionidae) Swallowtails (Subfamily Papilioninae)
Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor)
Zebra Swallowtail (Eurytides marcellus)

Black Swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes)

Giant Swallowtail (Papilio cresphontes)
"Butterflies of the Carolinas & Virginias Interactive CD"
Whites and Sulphurs (Family Pieridae) Whites (Subfamily Pierinae) Checkered White (Pontia protodice) West Virginia White (Pieris virginiensis) Cabbage White (Pieris rapae) Great Southern White (Ascia monuste) ... Falcate Orangetip (Anthocharis midea) Sulphurs (Subfamily Coliadinae) Clouded Sulphur (Colias philodice) Orange Sulphur (Colias eurytheme) Southern Dogface (Colias [Zerene] cesonia) Cloudless Sulphur (Phoebis sennae) ... Barred Yellow (Eurema daira) (new) Little Yellow (Eurema lisa) Sleepy Orange (Eurema nicippe) Dainty Sulphur (Nathalis iole) Handcrafted Note Cards with 4" x 6" photos from Randy's

62. Magic Wings
The Lepidoptera source in Western Massachusetts, specializing in all aspects of butterflies, moths and caterpillars, Magic Wings focuses on
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Warm Your Body and Soul
Our 8,000-square foot conservatory is home to nearly
4,000 free-flying butterflies from all over the world!
join us on Sunday afternoons for special events for kids. click for calendar
Magic Wings is open 7 days a week year-round. We close only on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Fall / Winter / Spring Hours (September 4, 2007 — May 25, 2008) 9 a.m. — 5 p.m.* Summer 2008 Hours Memorial Day — Labor Day 9 a.m. — 6 p.m.* * We always sell the last admission of the day 30 minutes before closing.
Effective February 1, 2008
Adults: $12.00 Seniors (age 62 and over): $10.00 Children (ages 3 through 17): $8.00 Also for students up through age 22 with valid student ID. Children (under age 3): Free On Wednesdays, seniors pay $8.50. Strollers are not allowed in the Conservatory or Gift Shop due to fire code regulations. Flash photography is welcome. However, we do not allow monopods, tripods or additional lighting in the conservatory during regular business hours.

63. Butterflies Of North America
butterflies have been revered by mankind since before the dawn of recorded history. They are among the most fascinating and beautiful animals;
Butterflies of North America
Butterflies have been revered by mankind since before the dawn of recorded history. They are among the most fascinating and beautiful animals; even people who care not for insects in general usually have an affection for these winged wonders. Live adult and larval butterflies photographed at various North American locations as noted. Geopositioning data available for each photograph and species.
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Common Wood Nymph
Cercyonis pegala

Little Wood Satyr
Megisto cymela
Eastern Comma
Polygonia comma Widgets
Northern Pearly Eye Butterfly
Enodia anthedon Painted Lady Butterfly Vanessa cardui American Painted Lady Butterfly Vanessa virginiensis American Snout Libytheana carinenta Gray Comma Polygonia progne Buckeye Butterfly Junonia coenia Family Nymphalidae - Brushfoots or brush-footed butterflies encompass approximately 3,000 species worldwide, of which 160 or so live in or visit North America. This is a very diverse family of true butterflies, and they occur everywhere except the polar ice caps. Their unifying characteristic is the reduced fore legs of both males and females. These vestigial fore legs are useless for walking and give rise to the family's common name. Brush-footed butterflies also have large prominent knobs at the tips of their antennae, and furry palpi. This family incorporates the admirals, fritillaries, checkerspots, crescentspots, anglewings, leafwings, painted ladies, tortoiseshells and longwings.

64. Tony Nagypal's The World Of Birdwing Butterflies -
Welcome to the fascinating world of the Birdwing butterflies! This site offers you more than 500 images of all known species. There are also systematic An introduction to THE WORLD OF
Welcome to the fascinating world of the Birdwing Butterflies!
This site offers you more than 500 images of all known species. There are also systematic lists and taxonomic notes to each species. Come on in! Systematic list of the Troidini group Systematic list of the birdwing butterflies
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65. Sparks And Butterflies
Sparks and butterflies by Michele is licensed under a Creative Commons AttributionNoncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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    The complete website for butterfly lovers, gardeners, teachers, students, and farmers. Butterfly clip art, inspirational stories, butterfly gardening,

    Live Environmental Newsfeed (Daily) Inspiring Stories FREE Clip Art! Attention Pennsylvanians
    I am very pleased to announce that in conjunction with Representative Todd A. Eachus, 116th Legislative District, Pennsylvania we are launching a campaign to have the Regal Fritillary named as Pennsylvania’s official state butterfly. Representative Eachus has seized this opportunity to introduce legislation into the House to help us attain our goal in honoring not only our departed veterans but also this wonderful butterfly and all Pennsylvanians. Please read the reasons why we feel that the Regal Fritillary would make the right choice as Pennsylvania’s official state butterfly. If you would like to help us achieve our goal please contact Rep. Eachus to show your support. Thank you very much.
    Rick (PA. Proud) Mikula
    Why the Regal Fritillary should be Pennsylvania’s State Butterfly
    1. It is a very beautiful butterfly indigenous to Pennsylvania.

    67. The Butterfly Site - The #1 Source Of Butterfly Information On The Internet!
    The Butterfly Site 1 Source of Butterfly Information on the Internet! We have Monarch butterfly info, butterfly pictures, butterfly gardens,
    Your #1 Site for
    Butterfly Info
    on The Internet Visit our Butterfly pages frequently for the most complete and current Butterfly information on the Internet. Butterfly Activities for Kids!
    Visit our butterfly activity page for fun projects like rearing LIVE butterflies, coloring pages, and more. WIN Award!
    All family-safe sites can apply Visit our Butterfly Releases page for more info! Some favorite pages:
    Butterfly Coloring Pages

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    Fun Butterfly Facts

    Explore 12 butterfly topics with pages packed full of butterfly information. Our butterfly pages contain articles written by Master of Science degreed Entomologist Randi Jones as well as butterfly links to sites all over the web for EVEN MORE information on butterflies! Get involved: check out all the fun butterfly activities and coloring pages. Read fun facts to amaze your friends or learn about butterfly biology. All information is updated frequently!

    68. ... Butterfly And Bugs
    Photographs show the life cycle of a monarch butterfly. Also includes fact sheets, printable coloring pages, craft ideas, and online games.
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    The Life of a Monarch Butterfly
    The butterly lays an Egg on the leaf of a Milkweed plant.
    A Caterpillar is born. He eats the leaves of the plant for food.
    The caterpillar creates a Chrysalis around its body.
    After some time, a Butterfly comes out of the chrysalis.
    ColorBook pages

    Butterfly Maze
    Tic-Tac-Butterfly Wings Butterfly Cut Outs ... Butterfly Bookmarks Butterfly Crafts Butterfly Mobile Butterfly in my Window Butterfly in my Garden Online Monarch Maze ... Printable WordSearch You will also find our downloadable Jigsaw Puzzles on this page too! Butterfly Birthday Party Theme Butterflies to decorate your Computer Butterfly Desktop Wallpaper Butterflies to send to Friends Email Butterfly Postcards Use our Free Butterfly In My Garden font to write your letters! Information Parts of a Butterfly Butterfly - Moth Butterflies in my Garden Larval Host Plants Nectar Plants What about Spiders?

    69. Monarch Picture Story
    Offers facts, photos, drawings, links, and a free printable coloring page.
    Coloring Pages Crafts for Kids ... Sunday School
    The Monarch Butterfly
    Danaus plexippus Please note: The photos on this page have come from clipart CD's which allow use on educational internet sites and in school projects or they have been contributed by viewers. You are free to use all of it in book reports or for your personal website. See KidZone Bibliography for more information.
    Photo of a Monarch butterfly on milkweed
    Photo of a Milkweed Plant The monarch butterfly is sometimes called the "milkweed butterfly" because its larvae eat the plant. In fact, milkweed is the only thing the larvae can eat! If you'd like to attract monarchs to your garden, you can try planting milkweed (if you live in the right area). You can purchase milkweed seed online from Butterfly Encounters close window when done purchasing to return to this screen Adult female monarchs lay their eggs on the underside of milkweed leaves. These eggs hatch, depending on temperature, in three to twelve days. The larvae feed on the plant leaves for about two weeks and develop into caterpillars about 2 inches long.

    70. Monarch Watch : Dedicated To Education, Conservation And Research
    Monarch Watch is a cooperative network of students, teachers, volunteers and researchers dedicated to the study of the Monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus
    Welcome! We're busy planning lots of BIG changes for Monarch Watch in 2008 - be sure to bookmark this page and visit often so you don't miss anything. Our latest feature is the official Monarch Watch BLOG where we'll keep you current with frequent updates of what's going on at Monarch Watch and with monarchs in general. We'll be adding new products to the Monarch Watch Shop and all of your favorites like Monarch Waystation Seed Kits and Monarch Tagging Kits are now available for the 2008 season. We'd love to get feedback from you as we change things up around here so please feel free to drop us a line anytime via the Monarch Watch Community Forums (there's a "suggestions and comments" forum already set up and ready for your input). Stay tuned and thank you for your continued support! Make a Donation! Directions to Monarch Watch 2007 Season Tag Recoveries Searchable Tag Recovery Database ... Monarch Waystation Program
    Monarchs need our help! Get involved in monarch conservation by creating a Monarch Waystation.
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    71. San Diego Zoo's Animal Bytes: Butterfly
    Get accurate information in an easyto-read style about butterfly species from the San Diego Zoo s Animal Bytes. Buy tickets online and plan a visit to the
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    Video Byte: Butterflies Photo Bytes Class: Insecta (Insects)
    Order: Lepidoptera
    Familes: 124, divided into two main groups, Homoneura and Heteroneura
    Species: about 165,000 known species
    Size: Atlas moth Attacus atlas at 12 inches (30.5 centimeters) across and Queen Alexandra's birdwing butterfly Ornithoptera alexandrae leaf miner moth Phyllocnistis spp at 0.12 inch (0.3 centimeter) across and western pygmy blue butterfly Brephidium exilis at 0.5 inch (1.3 centimeter) across
    Weight: not really known, but approximately 0.0001 ounce (0.003 grams) for the smallest to 0.1 ounce (3 grams) for the largest
    Adult life span: 2 weeks to 2 months for most species; longest is 9 to 12 months for the migrating monarch Danaus plexippus
    Number of eggs: anywhere from just a few to thousands
    Size at hatching: usually 0.1 inch (3 millimeters) or less

    72. How To Make Butterfly Gardens | University Of Kentucky Entomology
    Instructions and pictures of correct plants, placement, preferred colors and butterfly anatomy.
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    by Stephanie Bailey, Extension Specialist
    University of Kentucky College of Agriculture
    Nectar Preferences
    Different species of butterflies have different preferences of nectar, in both colors and tastes. A wide variety of food plants will give the greatest diversity of visitors. Try staggering wild and cultivated plants, as well as blooming times of the day and year. Groups of the same plants will be easier for butterflies to see than singly planted flowers. Some varieties of flowers which are easy to find and grow in Kentucky, and will be attractive to many species of butterflies include:
    Black-eyed Susan
    Butterfly weed
    Lilac Marigold Butterfly Bush Oxeye Daisies Purple Coneflower Redbud Rosemary Verbena
    Other Attractants
    Another way to attract adult butterflies to your yard is to offer places (food plants) for females to lay their eggs. Some females are pickier about which host to lay their eggs on than others. A few specific examples of butterflies and their host plants are listed at the end of this fact sheet.

    73. Xkcd - A Webcomic Of Romance, Sarcasm, Math, And Language - By Randall Munroe
    A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. XKCD is updated every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The store is back.

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    74. Monarch Butterfly USA
    This site is chock full of fabulous pictures and information about the Monarch Butterfly. It is a wonderful complement to the AWARD WINNING oneof-a-kind
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    This site is chock full of fabulous pictures and information about the Monarch Butterfly. It is a wonderful complement to the AWARD WINNING one-of-a-kind children's book Monarch Magic! from Ideals Publications/
    Williamson Publishing Co., dedicated to preserving the habitat of the magnificent monarch butterfly. Click on the butterfly when he lands or click ENTER NOW!

    75. Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site | “Monitoring Butterfly Populations Across Cen
    As of the end of 2006, Dr. Shapiro has logged 5476 sitevisits and tallied approximately 83000 individual records of 159 butterfly species and subspecies.
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    76. Monarch Butterfly -
    Monarch Butterfly. The Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is a common poisonous butterfly that eats poisonous milkweed in its larval stage and lays its
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    77. Butterfly Pictures Site - The BEST Butterfly Picture And Image Selection Online!
    TONS of pictures and links to the BEST butterfly pictures online!
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    Gardening l Biology l Rearing l l Monarchs Pictures l Activities Fun Facts l Live Releases l Butterfly Specimens l Gift Sites l Links l Store l Butterfly Site HOME Did you know there are 24,000 different kinds of butterflies worldwide? Butterflies range in size from a tiny 1/8 inch to a huge almost 12 inches. The transformation of the frequently ugly or bizarre caterpillar into an elegant butterfly is truly one of the regularly performed miracles of nature. For an even closer view, you can buy butterfly kits to raise Painted Lady Butterflies from caterpillar to adult, right in your home. Below we have collected some butterfly pictures butterfly coloring pages and caterpillar pictures for you to enjoy! You are welcome to use these images for personal use.

    78. Clearwater Butterfly Company
    Butterfly Release Weddings from Clearwater Butterfly, Have a Butterfly Release Wedding.
    Check out our 2008 pricing, free dozen butterflies when ordered by June 1, 2008!
    Should you choose not release your butterflies at your reception, these butterfly release cages with butterflies inside also make incredible living centerpieces for each table at your wedding reception. We offer live, wedding butterflies to make your wedding extra special. You can add a butterfly release to any special event and give your guests a memory to last a lifetime. You pick the wedding package that suits you and your guests best. Releasing live butterflies at weddings may seem to be the most popular butterfly event, but there are many other occasions that fit very well with releasing live butterflies. Graduation celebrations are an excellent time for butterfly release. Graduations, like butterflies, are very symbolic of maturity, accomplishment, and a new found freedom in life. Having a special anniversary? Many people want something unique when celebrating a 25th or 50th wedding anniversary. Just add live butterflies and you will have a celebration that won't soon be forgotten. Don't forget butterfly releases are environmentally friendly as well. Check out our specials, a free dozen butterflies with the purchase of Wedding Packages

    79. Monarch Butterflys Of Pismo Beach, California
    Pismo Beach, California largest Monarch Butterfly Grove in the state. Grove Location, activities and Monarch resources.
    CA Monarch Butterfly Day Made Official - February 5th Annually Our former California Senator Bruce McPherson designated February 5th annually to be "California Western Monarch Day." The Pismo Beach habitat is believed to be the largest in the Western United States. It is a wonderful site to behold of huge pods of thousand of colorful butterflies gathered in "their" eucalyptus tree grove. Hundreds more are happily flittering about in the sunlight. Annually our wee-winged most popular visitors make their return migration to Pismo Beach State Park. The Monarchs annually return in November and stay through February. Welcome to This web site has been created to honor this wonderful creature in general. Since this site is funded by the Pismo Beach Conference and Visitors Bureau , its specific goal is to bring attention to that special place in Pismo Beach, California, The Monarch count has averaged 25,000 over the last five years. In most years, Pismo has the largest aggregation of Monarch butterlies in the U.S. The Pismo Beach Grove is the largest in the state. Pismo is the most visited site (by humans) in the world with an average of 60,000 visitors per four month season. Video Clip January 14, 2008

    80. Monarch Butterfly Site: Life Cycle, Migration, Pictures, News, More!
    Your BEST Monarch Butterfly information resource. Pictures, migration, life cycle, conservation, and links to more Monarch Butterfly websites.
    Monarch Butterfly section - #1 Monarch Butterfly Information resource.
    Monarch Butterfly Page Gardening l Biology l Rearing l l Monarchs l Pictures l Activities Fun Facts l Live Releases l Butterfly Specimens l Gift Sites l Links l Store l HOME
    The transformation of the frequently ugly or bizarre caterpillar into an elegant butterfly – is truly one of the regularly performed miracles of Nature. All butterflies have "complete metamorphosis." To grow into an adult they go through 4 stages: egg, larva, pupa and adult. Each stage has a different goal – for instance, caterpillars need to eat a lot, and adults need to reproduce. Because the caterpillar and adult eat different kinds of food, this helps the butterflies to better survive. Depending on the species, the life cycle of a butterfly (one generation) may take anywhere from about one month to an entire year. The Monarch Butterfly has 4 entire generations per year. Click for a great Monarch Butterfly Life Cycle Coloring Page
    Have you heard of migration of the Monarch butterfly? The monarch butterfly is one of the best known of all North American butterflies because they make annual migrations across America to avoid winter weather. In autumn, tens of millions of Monarch butterflies fly south and roost in huge numbers on trees in selected mountain areas of California and Mexico. Monarch butterflies will use the same trees year after year. The Monarch butterfly migrates for 2 reasons. They can not withstand freezing weather in the northern and central continental climates in the winter. Also, the larval food plants do not grow in their winter overwintering sites, so the spring generation must fly back north to regions where the plants are plentiful. Their journey can cover up to 2,000 miles before it ends! Would you like to help track monarch butterfly migrations? Visit

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