Satyrs           

  • Northern Pearly-Eye
    Lethe/Enodia anthedon. Essex, New York. August 9, 2008.
  • Common Ringlet
    Coenonympha tullia. Essex, New York. On Fred Myers' finger, August 9, 2008.
  • Common Ringlet
    Coenonympha tullia. Twin Lakes National Forest camp, near Kane, Pennsylvania. August 16, 2008.
  • Northwest Ringlet
    Coenonympha tullia ampelos. Deschutes River canyon, near Mack Canyon. Oregon. May 21, 2005.
  • Northwest Ringlet
    Coenonympha tullia ampelos. Deschutes River canyon, near Mack Canyon. Oregon. May 29. 2008.
  • Northwest Ringlet (Ochre Ringlet)
    Coenonympha tullia ampelos. Mt. Saint Helens blast zone--Weyerhauser lands, Washington, July 17, 1995.
  • Common Wood-Nymph
    Cercyonis pegala. Essex, New York. August 10, 2008.
  • Great Basin Wood-Nymph
    Cercyonis sthenele. Mono Lake, California, about July 31, 2000.
  • Dark (Small) Wood-Nymph
    Cercyonis oetus. Approach from the south to Mount Pisgah, Ochoco National Forest, Oregon. July 19, 2003.
  • Jutta Arctic
    Oeneis jutta. Stanley Glacier Trail, Kootenay National Park, British Columbia. July 28, 2008.
  • Great Arctic
    Oeneis nevadensis. Saddle Mountain State Park, Oregon. July 10, 2003. This butterfly has a two-year life cycle, the Saddle Mountain population flying only in odd-numbered years. These had not been seen since 1969, when Nancy Eide and Steve Warner recognized them in 2003. A few days later Mike Patterson and I photographed them on Saddle Mountain. Most other populations fly in even-numbered years.
  • Colorado Alpine
    Erebia callias. "Rockslide" viewpoint, Rocky Mountain Natinoal Park. August 10-23, 1998.
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