This ClipArt gallery offers 481 pictures of insects from the order Lepidoptera, including moths and butterflies in adult, caterpillar, and larval stages.

The larva of a <em>Coleophora malivorella</em>

Apple Case-Bearer

The larva of a Coleophora malivorella

The pupa of a <em>Coleophora malivorella</em>

Apple Case-Bearer

The pupa of a Coleophora malivorella

<em>Coleophora malivorella</em> or Apple case-bearer adult moth

Apple Case-Bearer

Coleophora malivorella or Apple case-bearer adult moth

"Army-worm (Leucania unipuncta), about natural size. a, male moth; b, abdomen of female; c, eye; d, pupa; e, caterpillar."-Whitney, 1902

Army Worm

"Army-worm (Leucania unipuncta), about natural size. a, male moth; b, abdomen of female; c, eye; d,…

"The Army Worm (Leucania unipuncta). A, caterpillar; B, adult moth." &mdash; Galloway

Army Worm

"The Army Worm (Leucania unipuncta). A, caterpillar; B, adult moth." — Galloway

Moth of army-worm, Leucania unipuncta species.

Armyworm

Moth of army-worm, Leucania unipuncta species.

The wheat-head army-worm; moth.

Armyworm

The wheat-head army-worm; moth.

The bag-worm, Thyrtdopteryx ephemeraeformis species; male moth.

Bagworm

The bag-worm, Thyrtdopteryx ephemeraeformis species; male moth.

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These live but a few days, during which the male sees the female and the latter deposits her eggs." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica; 1893

Bombycina

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These…

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These live but a few days, during which the male sees the female and the latter deposits her eggs." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica; 1893

Bombycina

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These…

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These live but a few days, during which the male sees the female and the latter deposits her eggs." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica; 1893

Bombycina

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These…

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These live but a few days, during which the male sees the female and the latter deposits her eggs." &mdash; Encyclopedia Britanica; 1893

Bombycina

"Nocturnal moths, with the organs of the mouth in many cases so atrophied as to be unfit for use. These…

A black, very little marked with yellow, and the only satisfactory remedy is cutting out and destroying the larva as soon as its presence is indicated by the wilting leaves.

Blackberry Borer Female

A black, very little marked with yellow, and the only satisfactory remedy is cutting out and destroying…

A black, very little marked with yellow, and the only satisfactory remedy is cutting out and destroying the larva as soon as its presence is indicated by the wilting leaves.

Blackberry Borer Male

A black, very little marked with yellow, and the only satisfactory remedy is cutting out and destroying…

"Peach tree borer, female moth." &mdash;Davison, 1906

Peach Tree Borer

"Peach tree borer, female moth." —Davison, 1906

Brown-Tail Moth is the common name of liparis chrysorhaea. The moth is pure white with a large tuft of brown hairs at the tip of the abdomen.

Brown-Tail Moth

Brown-Tail Moth is the common name of liparis chrysorhaea. The moth is pure white with a large tuft…

The caterpillar of the brown-tail moth is black with warty tubercles. The caterpillar emits tufts of snow white hairs on the second and on the fifth to twelfth segments.

Caterpillar of the Brown-Tail Moth

The caterpillar of the brown-tail moth is black with warty tubercles. The caterpillar emits tufts of…

"False bud worm or cotton boll worm (Heliothis armiger): a, adult moth; b, dark full-grown larva; c, light-colored full-grown larva; d, pupa- natural size." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

False Bud Worm

"False bud worm or cotton boll worm (Heliothis armiger): a, adult moth; b, dark full-grown larva; c,…

"The true bud worm (Heliothis rhexia): a, adult moth; b, full-grown larva, from side; c, same, from above; de, seed pod bored into by larva; e, pupa-natural size." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

True Bud Worm

"The true bud worm (Heliothis rhexia): a, adult moth; b, full-grown larva, from side; c, same, from…

A variety of different species of butterfly (Papilio).

British Butterflies

A variety of different species of butterfly (Papilio).

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

Butterfly

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

Butterfly

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

Butterflies are found throughout most of the world.

Butterfly

Butterflies are found throughout most of the world.

There are three stages of a butterfly: caterpillar, pupa, and butterfly; respectively.

Butterfly

There are three stages of a butterfly: caterpillar, pupa, and butterfly; respectively.

A butterfly of the colias genus.

Butterfly

A butterfly of the colias genus.

A large butterfly

Butterfly

A large butterfly

A flying insect known for its colors and patterns on their wings.

Butterfly

A flying insect known for its colors and patterns on their wings.

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; full-grown larva.

Butterfly

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; full-grown larva.

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; chrysalis.

Butterfly

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; chrysalis.

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; male butterfly.

Butterfly

Milk-weed butterfly, Danais archippus species; male butterfly.

Chrysophanus thoe species; female.

Butterfly

Chrysophanus thoe species; female.

Chrysophanus thoe species; male.

Butterfly

Chrysophanus thoe species; male.

Papilio asterias, male.

Butterfly

Papilio asterias, male.

Papilio cresphontes.

Butterfly

Papilio cresphontes.

The stages of a butterfly: the caterpillar, the pupa, and the adult butterfly.

Butterfly

The stages of a butterfly: the caterpillar, the pupa, and the adult butterfly.

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

Butterfly

Unlike moths, butterflies have knobs at the tips of their antennae.

The dorsal view of the larva of the Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa clyton), a brush-footed butterfly.

Emperor Butterfly Larva

The dorsal view of the larva of the Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa clyton), a brush-footed butterfly.

An outline of a butterfly labeling the different parts of the wings.

Butterfly Outline

An outline of a butterfly labeling the different parts of the wings.

The lateral view of the pupa of the Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa clyton), a brush-footed butterfly.

Emperor Butterfly Pupa

The lateral view of the pupa of the Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa clyton), a brush-footed butterfly.

Anosia Plexippus or Danais archippus.

A. Plexippus Butterfly

Anosia Plexippus or Danais archippus.

"The Apollo butterfly, <em>P. Apollo</em>, is found in the damp meadows of the high Alps; the wings are whitish, wth five black spots on each of the superior ones; on the inferior are two sparkling eye-like figures, bordered with black. It flies in June and July. Thus even wild mountain regions, as well as those of the florid tropics, are embellished by this beautiful family." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Apollo Butterfly

"The Apollo butterfly, P. Apollo, is found in the damp meadows of the high Alps; the wings…

Parnassius Apollo, a butterfly of the Papilionidae family. Also known as the Apollo Mountain Apollo. It is usually found in flowery meadows and pastures.

Apollo Butterfly

Parnassius Apollo, a butterfly of the Papilionidae family. Also known as the Apollo Mountain Apollo.…

Brenthis bellona.

A. Belona Butterfly

Brenthis bellona.

Butterflies may usually be distinguished by the vertical position of their wings when they are at rest, and by their having the antennae slender and club-shaped at the end.

Berenice Butterfly

Butterflies may usually be distinguished by the vertical position of their wings when they are at rest,…

Also known as the Black Hair-streak.

Thecla Pruni

Also known as the Black Hair-streak.

Papilio Asterias, or Papilio Polyxenes. Bright green caterpillar with broken black bands.

Black Swallowtail Butterfly Larva

Papilio Asterias, or Papilio Polyxenes. Bright green caterpillar with broken black bands.

This pupa, or chrysalis, is fastened to a little silken pad by the tail, but is also sustained by a silken band in front of the middle, so that it is said to be girthed.

Black Swallowtail Butterfly Larva

This pupa, or chrysalis, is fastened to a little silken pad by the tail, but is also sustained by a…

"Common in France. The charming Blue Butterflies are more commonly met with."

Polyommatus (Lycaena) Virgaureae

"Common in France. The charming Blue Butterflies are more commonly met with."

"The Blue Argus, usually to be found in May and August."

Lycaena (Polyommatus) Corydon

"The Blue Argus, usually to be found in May and August."

Also known as the Brown Argus.

Lycaena (Polyommatus) Battus

Also known as the Brown Argus.

"The Brown Hair-streak is rare in Great Britain."

Thecla Betulae

"The Brown Hair-streak is rare in Great Britain."

Colias philodice.

C. Philodice Butterfly

Colias philodice.

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This is a male.

Cabbage Butterfly

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This…

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This is a female.

Cabbage Butterfly

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This…

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This is a pupa.

Cabbage Butterfly

The cabbage butterfly is one of the easiest of the butterflies to capture and rear, (Colton, 1903) This…

"Cabage butterfly (female), parent of the cabbage-worm." &mdash; Baily, 1898

Cabbage Butterfly

"Cabage butterfly (female), parent of the cabbage-worm." — Baily, 1898

Pieris Vapae. An insect imported many years ago from Europe, and which has now spread over the largest part of the United States and Canada.

Cabbage Butterfly

Pieris Vapae. An insect imported many years ago from Europe, and which has now spread over the largest…

Pieris Vapae. An insect imported many years ago from Europe, and which has now spread over the largest part of the United States and Canada.

Cabbage Butterfly

Pieris Vapae. An insect imported many years ago from Europe, and which has now spread over the largest…

"They fly in the spring and summer, in gardens and meadows. They live in companies, under a silky web, in which they pass the winter."

Pieris Brassicae

"They fly in the spring and summer, in gardens and meadows. They live in companies, under a silky web,…

"It lives in groups on cabbages in gardens, and similar vegetables. It is so voracious that it consumes in a day more than double its own weight."

Caterpillar and Chrysalis of Pieris Brassicae

"It lives in groups on cabbages in gardens, and similar vegetables. It is so voracious that it consumes…