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Superfamily Papilionoidea - Butterflies and Skippers

 
 
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NABA Checklist of North American Butterflies Occurring North of Mexico - Edition 2.3
[cite:1318989

this link is a list of just the names including typo corrections, additions and updates to the following checklist:

Cassie, B., J. Glassberg, A. Swengel & G. Tudor. 2001. North American Butterfly Association (NABA) checklist & English names of North American butterflies. Second Edition. North American Butterfly Association, Morristown, NJ.

"The Second Edition of the checklist includes all 722 species of butterflies that have been recorded in North American, north of Mexico and in Hawaii, giving both English and scientific names."

A Catalogue of the Butterflies of the United States and Canada--by Jonathan P. Pelham
Taxonomic checklist used on BugGuide for Butterflies--does not seem to have a link, so here it is.
Link updated 16 October 2016 as per comments.

Notes on the Butterflies of North Carolina
A downloadable PDF file with extensive data on habitats, hostplants, flight dates, and range in the Carolinas. You must give an e-mail address to reach the download--the authors want to inform you of updates. (This is produced by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, a state agency.)

(I thought I had posted this before, but cannot find it.)

Schaus Swallowtail: a Loss and a Lesson in Conservation
Article about the demise of the species.

USGS Butterflies of North America - Tropical Checkered-Skipper (Pyrgus oileus)
Great natural history information and a few photos.

Butterflies of North America -- Lerema accius
Info and range map for the clouded skipper.

When COI barcodes deceive: complete genomes reveal introgression in hairstreaks
A technical paper on genome sequencing, probably available only to those at academic institutions; but it discusses the C. cecrops and C. isobeon contrast in depth with reference to another couple of outgroup species from Central America. Supplemental Figure 3 has a variety of wing pictures of the four species.

Random Natural Acts
Pretty good run down of Skippers. Based in Arkansas.

 
 
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