1. John Holland

    Blue Morpho Butterfly

    One of the more striking butterflies in the exhibit is the Blue Morpho butterfly. With its wings closed, it is not eye catching, but with the wing open, it displays its colors. It is found mostly in South America, Mexico, and Central America.
  2. John Holland

    Gray Hairstreak Butterfly

  3. John Holland

    Critique Welcomed Couple Of Butterflies

    The Blue Morpho (also known as Peleides Blue Morpho, Common Morpho, or The Emperor) - found in Mexico, Central America, northern South America, Paraguay, and Trinidad. Doris Longwing - It is found from Central America to the Amazon. There is considerable color and pattern variation...
  4. John Holland

    Malay Lacewing

    The Malay Lacewing butterfly rarely shows the topside of its wing. I got this image as it was opening its wings. Sadly, this butterfly has a slightly damaged right wing.