Another app in our Florida Wildlife series...

This app shows the 72 most common butterfly and moth species found in southern Florida, including the Everglades National Park. For each species there are two or three high-resolution pictures (also of the caterpillar, if available), a brief description, and a link to view the corresponding Wikipedia pages within the application window. All descriptive information is in English, the species' names are also shown in scientific (Latin) nomination and in German.

The app features a modern, intuitive interface with easy navigation and search facilities for finding a butterfly by its name or searching in the full text for features and characteristics. You can also narrow down the search by color and family.

If you're interested in Florida's wildlife, don't miss this app which is equally suitable for iPhone and iPad.

These butterfly species are shown and described in this app:

• American Lady
• American Snout
• Black Swallowtail
• Buckeye
• Cabbage White
• Caribbean Peacock
• Carissima Underwing
• Carolina Satyr
• Cecropia Moth
• Ceraunus Blue
• Cloudless Sulphur
• Dainty Sulphur
• Eastern Tent Caterpillar Moth
• Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
• Fiery Skipper
• Florida Leafwing
• Florida Purplewing
• Florida White
• Georgia Satyr
• Giant Leopard Moth
• Giant Swallowtail
• Gray Hairstreak
• Great Purple Hairstreak
• Great Southern White
• Gulf Fritillary
• Hackberry Emperor
• Imperial Moth
• Io Moth
• Julia Heliconian
• Large Orange Sulphur
• Little Metalmark
• Long-tailed Skipper
• Luna Moth
• Malachite
• Mallow Scrub Hairstreak
• Mangrove Buckeye
• Mangrove Skipper
• Monarch
• Monk Skipper
• Nessus Sphinx Moth
• Orange Sulphur
• Orange-barred Sulphur
• Painted Lady
• Painted Lichen Moth
• Palamedes Swallowtail
• Pearl Crescent
• Phaon Crescent
• Pink-spotted Hawkmoth
• Pipevine Swallowtail
• Polyphemus Moth
• Queen
• Question Mark
• Red Admiral
• Red-banded Hairstreak
• Red-spotted Purple
• Rosy Maple Moth
• Ruddy Daggerwing
• Silver-spotted Skipper
• Sleepy Orange
• Soldier
• Southern Dogface
• Southern Hairstreak
• Southern Pearly Eye
• Tawny Emperor
• The Atala
• Tiger Mimic-Queen
• Tropical Checkered Skipper
• Variegated Fritillary
• Viceroy
• White Peacock
• Zebra Longwing
• Zebra Swallowtail

What’s New

Version 1.3

- Minor display and text changes

Ratings and Reviews

1.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

Wagnuka ,

Not enough

The app doesn't list all the butterflies in Florida.

Developer Response ,

It certainly does not. This is why it is called "Southern Florida Butterflies" and its description says that it lists the most common butterflies in Southern Florida. We apologise if we did not make this clear enough.

App Privacy

The developer, I.M.D. Publicacion C.A., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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