Butterflies of the Amazon & Andes
Photographs Adrian Hoskins ( unless otherwise stated )
Papilionidae | Pieridae | Lycaenidae | Riodinidae | Nymphalidae | Hesperiidae
Hesperiidae: Pyrrhopyginae | Pyrginae | Hesperiinae | Heteropterinae
Over 2380 Hesperiidae species are known to occur in the neotropical region. Another 1000 probably await discovery. The thumbnails below link to detailed articles about each species.

Myscelus amystis

Myscelus nobilis

Myscelus epimachia

Myscelus draudti

Myscelus phoronis

Mysarbia sejanus

Passova passova

Aspitha aegenoria

Pyrrhopyge phidias

Pyrrhopyge papius

Pyrrhopyge sergius

Pyrrhopyge thericles

Pyrrhopyge hadassa

Pyrrhopyge telassa

Pyrrhopyge aziza

Jemadia hewitsonii

Jemadia gnetus

Jemadia pseudognetus

Jemadia menechmus

Jemadia fallax

Chalypyge zereda

Parelbella peruana

Parelbella ahira

Gunayan rubricollis

Oxynetra semihyalina

Mimoniades nurscia

Mimardaris sela

Yanguna cosyra

Metardaris cosinga

Metardaris cosinga

Papilionidae | Pieridae | Lycaenidae | Riodinidae | Nymphalidae | Hesperiidae


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