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A List of Butterflies 
In Washington State, 
and central California, 
and British Columbia

including those during 
Focus On Nature Tours 
annually in 

A list of West Coast Butterflies 
compiled by Armas Hill

Upper right photo: a PIPEVINE SWALLOWTAIL during a FONT Tour
(photo by Rise Hill)  

Numbers in the list below noted as (PW:xx) refer to plates in the Peterson Field Guide to Western Butterflies, by Paul Opler & Amy Barttlett Wright, 1999

Numbers in the list below noted as (K:xx) refer to pages in the Kaufman Focus Guide to Butterflies of North America, by Jim Brock & Kenn Kaufman


BC:   in southern British Columbia, Canada
CC:   in central California, USA
WA:  in Washington State, USA
(i/E): introduced from Europe
(r): rare


Upcoming West Coast USA Tour Itineraries

Birds during previous West Coast USA Tours

Mammals during previous West Coast USA Tours


  1. Canadian Tiger Swallowtail ______ BC,WA  (PW:5) (K:21)
    Papilio canadensis

  2. Western Tiger Swallowtail ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:6) (K:23)
    Papilio rutulus 

  3. Two-tailed Swallowtail ______ WA  (PW:6) (K:23)
    Papilio multicaudata

  4. Pale Swallowtail ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:6) (K:25)
    Papilio eurymedon

  5. Pipevine Swallowtail  (ph)  ______ CC  (PW:2) (K:27)  Flies Apr-Nov
    Battus philendor

    There is an isolated breeding population of the Pipevine Swallowtail in northern California and extreme southern Oregon. It is the subspecies hirsuta, smaller than other races, and has denser hair-like scales, and has short tails.       

  6. Anise Swallowtail ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:3) (K:29)  Flies Mar-Oct, mostly Apr-mid Jul
    Papilio zelicaon 

  7. Old World Swallowtail ______ WA  (PW:3) (K:33)  Flies May-Sep, 2 flights
    Papilio machaon

  8. Indra Swallowtail ______ WA  (PW:4) (K:35)  Flies Mar-Aug, 1 or 2 flights 
    Papilio indra

  9. Clodius Parnassian ______ BC,WA  (PW:1) (K:45)  Flies May-Jul, rarely to Oct
    Parnassius clodius

  10. Phoebus Parnassian ______ BC,WA  (PW:1) (K:45)  Flies Jul-Aug
    Parnassius phoebus

  11. Cabbage White (or Cabbage Butterfly) (i/E) ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:8) (K:47)  Flies Mar-Nov, 3 flights; all-year in south 
    Pieris rapae

  12. Mustard White ______ BC,WA  (PW:8) (K:47)  Flies Apr-Aug, 2 flights
    Pieris napi

  13. Checkered White  (ph)  ______ CC  (PW:7) (K:49)  Flies Feb-Nov, 3 flights; all year in s CA
    Pontia protodice

    A Checkered White photographed during a FONT tour
    (photo by Rise Hill)

  14. Western White ______ BC,WA  (PW:8) (K:49)  Flies Feb-Nov, 2 flights (only 1 flight Jun-Jul at high elevations & in far-north
    Pontia occidentalis

  15. Becker's White ______ WA  (PW:7) (K:49)  Flies Mar-Oct, from 2 to 4 flights; as early as late Dec in s CA
    Pontia beckerii

  16. Pine White ______ BC,CC  (PW:7) (K:51)  Flies late Jun-Sep
    Neophasia menapia

    The Pine White is in Douglas Fir in northern coastal California. 

  17. Large Marble ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:8) (K:55)  Flies late Apr-Aug, 1 flight in most of range; mid Feb-early Sep in lowland CA, 2 flights   
    Euchloe ausonides 

  18. Pacific (or Sara) Orangetip ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:9) (K:59)  Flies in early spring; late Dec-May, 1 to 2 flights
    Anthocharis sara

  19. Clouded Sulphur ______ BC,WA  (PW:10) (K:61)  Flies May-Oct, 3 flights in the north; Mar-Nov, 4 to 5 flights in the south. occasionally emerges in warm mid-winter
    Colias philodice

    The Clouded Sulphur is especially fond of alfalfa. During a FONT tour in south-central California, there was a field with many (hundreds) of these butterflies.

  20. Orange Sulphur ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:10) (K:61)  Flies May-Oct, 2 to 3 flights to the north; Feb-Nov occasionally Dec, 4 to 5 flights in lowland CA
    Colias eurytheme

  21. Pink-edged Sulphur ______ BC,WA  (PW:11) (K:63)  Flies mid Jun-late Aug, 1 flight
    Colias interior

  22. Queen Alexandra's Sulphur  ______ WA(east)  (PW:10) (K:63)
    Colias alexandra

  23. Western Sulphur ______ BC,WA  (PW:10) (K:63)
    Colias occidentalis

  24. California Dogface ______ CC  (PW:12) (K:69)  Flies Apr-Sep, occasionally from Jan & to Nov, 2 flights  
    Colias eurydice 

  25. Dainty Sulphur ______ CC  (PW:13) (K:71)
    Nathalis iole

  26. Cloudless Sulphur ______ CC (PW:12) (K:75)  Flies in northern range (CA) in summer & fall
    Phoebis sennae

  27. Great Copper ______ CC  (PW:14) (K:83)  Flies mid May-Jul, rarely Aug, 1 flight
    Lycaena xanthoides

  28. Purplish Copper ______ CC  (PW:15) (K:85)  Flies Mar-Nov in lowlands, 2-3 flights; Jun-Aug in mountains, 1 flight  
    Lycaena helloides

  29. Ruddy Copper ______ WA(southeast)  (PW:14) (K:87)  Flies late May-early Sep, 1 flight
    Lycaena rubidus

  30. Blue Copper ______ WA  (PW:15) (K:87)  Flies May-Sep in CA
    Lycaena heteronea

  31. Lilac-bordered Copper ______ BC,WA  (PW:15) (K:89)
    Lycaena nivalis 

  32. Mariposa Copper ______ BC,WA  (PW:15) (K:89)  Flies Jul-Sep, 1 flight
    Lycaena mariposa

  33. Gorgon Copper ______ CC  (PW:14) (K:91)  Flies late Mar-mid Jul, 1 flight
    Lycaena gorgon

  34. Tailed Copper ______ CC  (PW:14) (K:91)
    Lycaena arota

  35. Gray Hairstreak ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:18) (K:93)
    Strymon melinus

  36. California Hairstreak ______ CC,WA(east)  (PW:16) (K:99)
    Satyrium californica 

  37. Sylvan Hairstreak ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:16) (K:99)  Flies in late spring and early summer; mid May-mid Aug, 1 flight; earlier & later in lowland CA.
    Satyrium sylvinus 

  38. Coral Hairstreak ______ WA(east)  (PW:16) (K:99)  Flies mid May-late Aug, 1 flight; earlier in the south 
    Satyrium titus

  39. Hedgerow Hairstreak ______ CC,WA  (PW:16) (K:101)  Flies mid-May-Aug, 1 flight
    Satyrium saepium

  40. Mountain Mahogany Hairstreak ______ CC  (PW:16) (K:101)  Flies late May-early Aug, 1 flight
    Satyrium tetra

  41. Gold Hunter's Hairstreak ______ CC  (PW:16) (K:101)  Flies mid-May-early Aug, 1 flight 
    Satyrium auretorum

  42. Behr's Hairstreak ______ WA  (PW:16) (K:101)  Flies May-Aug, 1 flight
    Satyrium behrii

  43. Sooty Hairstreak ______ WA  (PW:16) (K:101)
    Satyrium fuliginosum

  44. Brown Elfin ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:17) (K:105)  Flies Apr-Jul in WA, mid Mar-early Jun in CA, 1 flight 
    Callophrys augustinus

  45. Western Pine Elfin ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:18) (K:107)  Flies early Apr-mid Jul, as late as early Sep, 1 flight 
    Callophrys eryphon

  46. Moss's Elfin ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:18) (K:107)  Flies in the spring, late Feb-may, 1 flight 
    Callophrys mossii

  47. Great Purple Hairstreak ______ CC  (PW:15) (K:109)
    Atlides halesus

  48. Golden Hairstreak ______ CC  (PW:15) (K:109) 
    Habrodais grunnus  

  49. Juniper ("Nelson's") Hairstreak ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:17) (K:111)  Flies Feb-Nov, mainly Apr-Aug in CA, 2 flights
    Callophrys gryneus nelsoni

  50. Western Green (or Bramble) Hairstreak ______ CC,WA  (PW:17) (K:113)  Flies in the spring.
    Callophrys affinis (or perplexa) 

  51. Sheridan's Hairstreak ______ WA  (PW:17) (K:113)  Flies in the spring.
    Callophrys sheridanii

  52. Thicket Hairstreak ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:17) (K:115)
    Callophrys spinetorum

  53. Johnson's Hairstreak ______ WA  (PW:17) (K:115) 
    Callophrys johnsoni

  54. Western Tailed-Blue ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:19) (K:125)  Flies May-Oct, 2 flights
    Everes amyntula 

  55. Silvery Blue ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:20) (K:125)
    Glaucopsyche lygdamus

  56. Arrowhead Blue ______ CC,WA(east)  (PW:20) (K:125)
    Glaucopsyche piasus

  57. Marine Blue ______ CC  (PW:19) (K:127)  Flies all year in s CA, Apr-Oct further north, several flights 
    Leptotes marina

    A Marine Blue photographed during a FONT tour
    (photo by Doris Potter)

  58. Western Pygmy-Blue ______ CC  (PW:19) (K:127)
    Brephidium exile

  59. Sonoran Blue ______ CC  (PW:19) (K:129)  Flies in the early spring, Jan-Jun, 1 flight
    Philotes sonorensis

  60. Spring Azure (*) ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:19) (K:131)  Flies late Jan-early Jul, dependent upon latitude & elevation. 2 flights in CA
    Celastrina ladon

  61. Acmon Blue ______ CC,WA  (PW:21) (K:133)  Flies Feb-Oct in n & c CA, several flight; Jan-Nov in s CA 
    Plebejus acmon

  62. Lupine Blue ______ CC  (PW:21) (K:133)  Flies Mar-Sep, sometimes Nov, 1 or 2 flights
    Plebejus lupinus

    Lupine Blues
    in much of the West were previously considered subspecies of the Acmon Blue. Now the Acmon Blue is more restricted and the Lupine Blue more widespread as a variable species that may include two or more sibling species.

  63. Boisduval's Blue ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:21) (K:135)  Flies Apr-mid Aug, 1 flight; early Mar-mid Sep in s CA, 2 flights
    Plebejus icarioides 

  64. Greenish Blue ______ BC,WA  (PW:20) (K:135)  Flies mid May-mid Aug, 1 flight
    Plebejus saepiolus

  65. Melissa Blue ______ WA(east)  (PW:20) (K:135)  Flies Apr-Nov, 3 flights
    Lycaeides melissa

  66. Northern Blue ______ BC,WA  (PW:20) (K:135)
    Lycaeides idas

  67. Arctic Blue ______ BC,WA  (PW:21) (K:137)
    Agriades glandon

  68. Western Square-spotted Blue ______ CC,WA  (PW:20) (K:139)
    Euphilotes battoides

  69. Pacific Dotted Blue ______ CC,WA  (PW:20) (K:141)  Flies mid May-early Oct, 1 flight
    Euphilotes enoptes 

  70. Morman Metalmark ______ CC,WA  (PW:22) (K:149)  Flies Apr-Oct, usually 1 summer or fall flight
    Apodemia morma

  71. Great Spangled Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:23) (K:159)  Flies mid Jun-Sep, occasionally Oct, 1 brood
    Speyeria cybele 

  72. Mormon Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:24) (K:161)  Flies early Jun-late Oct, 1 flight
    Speyeria mormonia

  73. Callippe Fritillary ______ CC,WA(east)  (PW:24) (K:163)  Flies Apr-Sep, 1 brood
    Speyeria callippe

  74. Coronis Fritillary ______ CC,WA  (PW:24) (K:163)  Flies late May-Oct, 1 flight
    Speyeria coronis

  75. Zerene Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:24) (K:165)  Flies late May-early Sep, 1 flight
    Speyeria zerene 

  76. Hydaspe Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:24) (K:165)  Flies Jun-Sep, 1 flight
    Speyeria hydaspe

  77. Northwestern Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:24) (K:167)  Flies early Jun-late Oct, 1 flight
    Speyeria hesperis 

    The Northwestern Fritillary is very closely related to the Atlantis Fritillary.

  78. Pacific Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:25) (K:169)  Flies Apr-early Aug, 1 flight
    Boloria epithore 

  79. Silver-bordered Fritillary ______ BC,WA  (PW:25) (K:171)  Flies late May-mid Sep, 1 flight in mountains
    Boloria selene

  80. Northern Crescent ______ BC,WA  (PW:28) (K:177)  Flies Jun-Jul, rarely as early as mid May and as late as Aug, 1 flight, possibly 2 in south
    Phyciodes selenis

  81. Field Crescent ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:28) (K:179)  Flies Feb-Dec in c CA, 3 flights; May-Sep further north, 2 flights 
    Phyciodes campestris

  82. Mylitta Crescent ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:28) (K:179)  Flies Apr-Oct in north, several flights; Feb-Nov in CA 
    Phyciodes mylitta

  83. Pale Crescent ______ WA  (PW:28) (K:179)  Flies Late Apr-early Jul & Aug-Oct, 2 flights
    Phyciodes pallida

  84. Northern Checkerspot ______ CC,WA(east)  (PW:27) (K:187)  Flies mid Mar-early Aug, 1 flight; earlier along lowland Pacific coast, later in mountains
    Chlosyne palla 

  85. Gabb's Checkerspot ______ CC  (PW:27) (K:187)  Flies Mar-Jun rarely to Sep, 1 flight
    Chlosyne gabbii

  86. Hoffmann's Checkerspot ______ WA  (PW:27) (K:187)  Flies Jun-Jul, 1 flight
    Chlosyne hoffmanni

  87. Leanira Checkerspot ______ CC  (PW:26) (K:191)  Flies Mar-Jun, 1 flight; rare fall flight to Oct if rare rains
    Thessalia leanira

  88. Variable Checkerspot ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:28) (K:193)  Flies Feb-early Aug to Oct, 1 flight 
    Euphydryas chalcedona 

  89. Edith's Checkerspot ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:28) (K:195)  Flies late Feb-late Aug, 1 flight 
    Euphydryas editha

  90. Satyr Comma ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:197)  
    Polygonia satyrus

    Adult Satyr Commas emerge in summer and overwinter to spring, 1 long flight 

  91. Green Comma ______ BC,CC  (PW:29) (K:199)
    Polygonia faunus

    Adult Green Commas emerge in mid to late summer, overwinter, and reproduce the following spring.

  92. Hoary Comma ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:199)
    Polygonia gracilis

    Adult Hoary Commas emerge in July, fly until September; then, they overwinter, and fly until May or June the following year. 
  93. Gray Comma ______ BC,WA  (PW:29) (K:199)  Flies Jun or Jul, overwintering, and then active Apr to early Jun the following year
    Polygonia progne oreas

  94. Compton Tortoiseshell ______ BC,WA  (PW:29) (K:201)
    Nymphalis vaualbum

    Adult Compton Tortoiseshells emerge in July, flying until Oct or Nov. They overwinter and fly until the following Jun. 1 flight. 

  95. California Tortoiseshell ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:201)
    Nymphalis californica

    Adult California Tortoiseshells emerge in late Jun, flying until fall. They overwinter, and fly until the following Apr/May. 1 flight.  

  96. Milbert's Tortoiseshell ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:201)  Butterflies emerge in July. they overwinter as adults and fly as late as June of the following year 
    Nymphalis milberti

    Milbert's Tortoiseshell
    (photo by Doris Potter)

  97. Mourning Cloak ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:203)
    Nymphalis antiopa

    The Mourning Cloak may be the longest-lived butterfly in the western US. Adults live from 10 to 12 months. Most adults overwinter. Apparently some of the population migrates south each fall.
    In late June-early Jul, one may find worn individuals from the previous year and freshly emerged adults on the same day.     

  98. Red Admiral ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:203)  Flies Mar/Apr-Sep/Oct in  north, 2 flights, possibly more in south; overwinters along Pacific Coast and possibly elsewhere in south   
    Vanessa atalania

    The name Red Admiral is a latter-day contraction of its older name, "Red Admirable". It is not closely related to the true admirals (in the genus Limenitis), but is instead a lady (in the genus Vanessa).

    Red Admiral
    (photo by Marie Gardner)

  99. American Lady ______ CC  (PW:29) (K:205)  Flies Apr-Nov, 3 to 4 broods; all year in coastal CA
    Vanessa virginiensis

    American Lady
    (photo by Marie Gardner)

  100. Painted Lady (*) ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:205)  Flies Feb-Nov in most of the West, 1 to 3 flights; some year-round in coastal s CA
    Vanessa cardui

    Painted Lady
    (photo by Doris Potter)

  101. West Coast Lady ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:29) (K:205)  Flies all-year in coastal CA, several flights
    Vanessa annabella

    Though long known to science, the West Coast Lady was not given its current scientific name until 1971. The  scientific name that had been ascribed to it for many years was Vanessa carye.
    But when the curator at the Smithsonian Institution, William Field, revised the painted ladies in the genus Vanessa, in the early 1970s, he found that V. carye actually applied to a South American species, leaving the West Coast Lady without a scientific epithet.
    He gallantly remedied that lack of identity by naming the species after his young daughter, Annabella.
    He also separated the true ladies from the "admirals" (in Vanessa), resurrecting for them the 1807 genus Cynthia.
    That has since gone back to being a subgenus, but either way the West Coast Lady has had an very feminine appellation of either Vanessa annabella or Cynthia annabella.     

  102. Common Buckeye ______ CC  (PW:30) (K:207)  Flies Apr-Oct, 2 to 3 broods; all year in coastal lowland CA 
    Junonia coenia

    Common Buckeye
    (photo by Doris Potter)

  103. Viceroy ______ WA(southeast)  (PW:30) (K:211)  Flies Apr-Oct, 2 to 3 flights in most of range  
    Limenitis archippus

    The Viceroy is a mimic of the widespread and conspicuous (but distasteful) Monarch. The Viceroy is recognized with its postmedian black line on the hindwing and a SINGLE row of white spots in the black marginal band.

    (photo by Doris Potter)

  104. Lorquin's Admiral ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:30) (K:213)  Flies Mar-Nov, 2 flights 
    Limenitis lorquini 

  105. California Sister ______ CC  (PW:30) (K:213)  Flies Apr-Sep, 2 flights
    Adelpha bredowii 

  106. Monarch ______ CC,WA  (PW:34) (K:227)
    Danaus plexippus

    During the warmer part of the year in western North America, the Monarch has 1 to 3 broods in the north, 4 to 6 in the south. It may breed all year in se CA, and overwinters in coastal CA (in addition to the major, well-known wintering site in central Mexico).

    Many of the colonies of Monarchs that now overwinter in California do so in eucalyptus trees.  

    (photo by Howard Eskin)

  107. Queen ______ CC  (PW:34) (K:229)  Usually flies Jul-Aug in the north of its range
    Danaus gilippus

    (photo by Howard Eskin)

  108. Common Wood-Nymph ______ CC,WA  (PW:32) (K:237) 
    Cercyonis pegala

  109. Great Basin Wood-Nymph ______ CC,WA  (PW:32) (K:237)
    Cercyonis sthenele 

  110. Small Wood-Nymph ______ WA  (PW:32) (K:237)
    Cercyonis oetus 

  111. Common Ringlet ______ BC,WA  (PW:32) (K:241)
    Coenonympha tullia

  112. Common Alpine ______ BC,WA  (PW:33) (K:243)
    Erebia epipsodea

  113. Vidler's Alpine ______ BC,WA  (PW:32) (K:243) 
    Erebia vidleru 

    The Vidler's Alpine has a restricted range in alpine meadows of only British Columbia and Washington. 

  114. Chryxus Arctic ______ BC,WA  (PW:33) (K:249)
    Oeneis chryxus

  115. Melissa Arctic ______ BC  (PW:34) (K:251)
    Oeneis melissa

  116. Great Arctic ______ BC,WA  (PW:33) (K:253)
    Oeneis nevadensis

  117. Silver-spotted Skipper ______ CC,WA  (PW:35) (K:257)
    Epargyreus clarus

  118. Northern Cloudywing ______ CC,WA  (PW:36) (K:261)
    Thorybes bathyllus

  119. Funereal Duskywing ______ CC  (PW:38) (K:281)
    Erynnis funeralis

  120. Propertius Duskywing ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:38) K:283) 
    Erynnis propertius

  121. Pacuvius Duskywing ______ CC,WA  (PW:38) (K:283)
    Erynnis pacuvius

  122. Mournful Duskywing ______ CC  (PW:38) (K:283)
    Erynnis tristis

  123. Dreamy Duskywing ______ BC,WA  (PW:38) (K:285)
    Erynnis icelus

  124. Perius Duskywing ______  BC,CC,WA  (PW:38) (K:285)
    Erynnis persius

  125. Common Checkered-Skipper ______ CC,WA  (PW:39) (K:289) (can not be distinguished in the field from the White Checkered-Skipper)
    Pyrgus communis 

  126. White-checkered Skipper ______ CC  (PW:39) (K:289) (recently determined to be species distinct from the Common Checkered-Skipper
    Pyrgus albescens

  127. Grizzled Skipper ______  BC,WA  (PW:38) (K:289)
    Pyrgus centaureae

  128. Two-banded Checkered-Skipper ______  BC,CC,WA  (PW:38) (K:291)
    Pyrgus ruralis 

  129. Small Checkered-Skipper ______ CC  (PW:39) (K:291)
    Pyrgus scriptura

  130. Northern White-Skipper ______  CC,WA(east)  (PW:39) (K:293) 
    Heliopetes ericetorum

  131. Common Sootywing ______ CC,WA  (PW:39) (K:299)
    Pholisora catullus

  132. Arctic Skipper ______ BC,WA  (PW:40) (K:301)
    Carterocephalus palaemon 

  133. Fiery Skipper ______ CC  (PW:40) (K:303)
    Hylephila phyleus

  134. Sachem ______ CC  (PW:42) (K:303)
    Atalopedes campestris

  135. Common Branded Skipper ______  CC,WA  (PW:41) (K:313)
    Hesperia comma 

  136. Juba Skipper ______ WA  (PW:40) (K:313)
    Hesperia juba

  137. Columbian Skipper ______ CC  (PW:41) (K:313)
    Hesperia columbia

  138. Nevada Skipper ______ WA(south)  (PW:41) (K:315)
    Hesperia nevada

  139. Lindsey's Skipper ______ CC  (PW:41) (K:315)
    Hesperia lindseyi

  140. Sandhill Skipper ______ CC,WA  (PW:41) (K:321)
    Polites sabuleti

  141. Sonoran Skipper ______ WA  (PW:41) (K:323)
    Polites sonora

  142. Mardon Skipper ______ WA  (PW:41) (K:323)  Flies in early summer.
    Polites mardon

    The Mardon Skipper is rare and local.

  143. Woodland Skipper ______ BC,CC,WA  (PW:42) (K:329)
    Ochlodes sylvanoides 

  144. Rural Skipper ______ CC  (PW:42) (K:329)
    Ochlodes agricola

  145. Yuma Skipper ______ CC  (PW:42) (K:329)
    Ochlodes yuma

  146. Umber Skipper ______ CC  (PW:42) (K:329)
    Poanes melane

  147. Common Roadside-Skipper ______ BC,WA  (PW:43) (K:343)
    Amblyscirtes vialis

  148. Eufala Skipper ______ CC  (PW:43) (K:353)
    Lerodea eufala

    Some selected reference books regarding Butterflies:

    "Butterflies of North America", by Jim Brock & Kenn Kaufmann (with 2,200 images & 70 photographs)