Brush-footed butterflies walk on four legs, thus their name. Curling legs They're Nymphalidae. Brush-footed butterflies have approximately 6,000 species.
the Monarch are bright and lovely. Orange wings with white dots, black veins, and white, orange, or black borders.
Karner blues have a one-inch wingspan. The female is grayish-brown with topside blue, orange streaks, and narrower black borders.
The American snout is a Nymphalidae (brush-footed butterfly) Libytheinae subfamily member. The snout butterfly lives mostly in North and South America.
Blue morphos are stunning. They survive 115 days seeking and eating fruit. The blue morpho is also threatened by human gathering and habitat destruction.
Sleepy oranges have brilliant orange wings with black outlines. Summer wings are bright yellow with crimson accents. Winter wings are dark with stronger patterns.
Creamy marblewings, Pieridae, deposit eggs on terminal flower buds. They're mustards. Plant blooms, buds, and fruits are insect larvae's food.