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Common Rose | Pachliopta aristolochiae  | Wingspan:  3.5 to 4.0 in Family: Papilionidae | Subfamily: Papilioninae | Tribe: Troidini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

This guide, organized by color, contains photographs of more than 150 Lepidoptera species displayed in the Florida Museum’s Butterfly Rainforest exhibit since it opened in Some species …

Common Green Birdwing | Ornithoptera priamus  | Wingspan: 7.0 to 10.0 in Family: Papilionidae | Subfamily: Papilioninae  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

This guide, organized by color, contains photographs of more than 150 Lepidoptera species displayed in the Florida Museum’s Butterfly Rainforest exhibit since it opened in Some species …

Giant Charaxes | Charaxes castor  | Wingspan: 2.5 to 3.5 in Family: Nymphalidae | Subfamily: Charaxinae | Tribe: Charaxini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

Butterflies of the Rainforest Exhibit ID Guide

Atala | Eumaeus atala  | Wingspan:  1.5 to 2.0 in Family: Lycaenidae | Subfamily: Theclinae | Tribe: Eumaeini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

Butterflies of the Rainforest Exhibit ID Guide

Violet-spotted Charaxes | Charaxes violetta  | Wingspan:  2.6 to 3.4 in Family: Nymphalidae | Subfamily: Charaxinae | Tribe: Charaxini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

How the Butterfly Rainforest Exhibit ID Guide is arranged and why certain species are included.

Blue-spotted Charaxes | Charaxes cithaeron  | Wingspan:  3.1 to 3.8 in Family: Nymphalidae | Subfamily: Charaxinae | Tribe: Charaxini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

How the Butterfly Rainforest Exhibit ID Guide is arranged and why certain species are included.

White Morpho | Morpho polyphemus | Wingspan:  5.0 to 6.5 in  Family: Nymphalidae | Subfamily: Satyrinae | Tribe: Morphini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

How the Butterfly Rainforest Exhibit ID Guide is arranged and why certain species are included.

Owl | Caligo memnon  | Wingspan:  6.0 to 6.5 in Family: Nymphalidae | Subfamily: Satyrinae | Tribe: Brassolini  Photos © Ryan G. Fessenden

This guide, organized by color, contains photographs of more than 150 Lepidoptera species displayed in the Florida Museum’s Butterfly Rainforest exhibit since it opened in Some species …

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