This ClipArt gallery offers 484 pictures of insects from the order Lepidoptera, including moths and butterflies in adult, caterpillar, and larval stages.

The Fall Army Worm (Spodoptera frugipeda) is part of the order of Lepidoptera and are the caterpillar life stage of a moth. They are native to tropical regions of the western hemisphere, from the United States to Argentina. They are regarded as pests and are known to wreak havoc with crops if left to multiply. Their name is derived from their feeding habits. The army worms are some of the most destructive pests to agricultural crop in the world. Once the food supply is exhausted the entire "army" of worms will move to the next available food source.

Army Worm

The Fall Army Worm (Spodoptera frugipeda) is part of the order of Lepidoptera and are the caterpillar…

Xylina antennata species; adult moth.

Xylina

Xylina antennata species; adult moth.

"Spilosoma virginica: a, female moth; b, full-grown larva; c, light form of larva, not quite mature; d, cocoon; e, pupa." -Department of Agriculture, 1899

Yellow Bear Stages

"Spilosoma virginica: a, female moth; b, full-grown larva; c, light form of larva, not quite mature;…

"The Zigzag, <em>Bombyx dispar</em>, has a short trunk or tube, not suited for suction; the male is much smaller than the female; his superior wings being bown with black zigzag figures. The female is whitish with black spots on her wings. This is a European species which sometimes does immense damage to the fruit-trees." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Zigzag

"The Zigzag, Bombyx dispar, has a short trunk or tube, not suited for suction; the male is…