Butterfly and moth wings are covered with many individually colored scales that make up the pattern designs and coloration characteristics for each species. Browse butterfly wing posters inspired by six spectacular butterfly genera.
Members of the beautiful genus, Lycaena, belong to the group of butterflies known as Coppers. Read More
The genus Speyeria belong to a group of butterflies known as Fritillaries. Some species exhibit sexual dimorphism where female and male adults have strikingly different coloration. Read More
The Caligo genus are tropical butterflies belonging to the Brassolidae Family. They possess huge eyespots on their ventral hindwings and often have iridescent forewings. Read More
The Colias genus utilizes waste products to generate the yellow and orange coloration characteristic of this group. Read More
Represented by three Cynthia species in this poster, you see the American Painted Lady, the Painted Lady and the West Coast Lady. Read More
This very familiar Danaus plexippus species is also known as the Monarch Butterfly. Notice the striking venous stripes represented by a darkened region on either side of each wing vein. Read More