http://www.eurobutterflies.com/ by Matt Rowlings  
  Many species from various parts of Europe and North Africa . Matt has an extended knowledge of european butterflies that few people have and provides instructive content about them, especially with regard to identification criterions.  
http://www.butterfliesoffrance.com/index.htm  by Roger Gibbons  
  The great quality and fine details of the pictures will strike you, Roger is a talented photographer. Lots of field data that enhance our fascination for butterflies. Some visual keys for identifying Lycaenids and Skippers.   

http://www.filming-varwild.com/   by Pieter & Brigitte Kan  
  NEW ! Pieter and Brigitte live in the south of France where they study butterflies and their biology. They make exceptional videos and scientific publications about them. Visit their superb website !  
http://www.anythingbutcommon.nl/ by Peter Groenendijk  
  For your eyes only. Beautiful and artistic pictures of european butterflies.  
  http://www.guypadfield.com/ by Guy Padfield  
  Guy has an advanced knowledge and experience acquired in the field, particularly in reference to mountain species identification. He shares with visitors some scarce sightings as well as natural observations that are not found in books.  
  Zygaenidae of the Alpes maritimes, by Pierre Desriaux and coll. (ANNAM)  
http://borderlinehols.com/galleries/butterflygallery/ by Jude Lock  
  A very nice gallery of Pyrenean Butterflies. Get to the homepage and see all the possibilities for making naturalist trips in this beautiful and authentic part of France.  
 http://felixthecatalog.tim.pagesperso-orange.fr/index.htm by Timothy Cowles  
  Tim is a proficient observer in the field and carries out a permanent study on the subject of butterflies of the Rhône (France). Thanks to this scientific work, some updated information is now available on this area which formerly was poorly known.  
  A website dedicated to Zygaenidae , by the GIRAZ  (group of French specialists).  
  Website of the Butterfly Conservation's European Interests Group, the main organisation in Europe which promotes study and conservation of lepidopterans and their habitat.  
  Visit the superb 'jardin des papillons' of Digne-les-bains (South-East of France) and discover Proserpine's activities, a French organisation which promotes knowledge of butterflies and their protection.  
http://www.leps.it/ by Paolo Mazzei, Diego Reggianti & Ilaria Pimpinelli  
  An authoritative site about butterflies. Scarce and outstanding pictures of eggs, early stages, mature caterpillars and pupae.  
  Around butterflies... other topics  
http://jamesgibbs6929.zenfolio.com/f775683009 by Jim Gibbs  
  NEW ! Beautiful butterfly & wildlife photographs.  
  http://www.tela-botanica.org/page:eflore by Tela Botanica  
  An authoritative site about plants, their identification and distribution.  
  http://erick.dronnet.free.fr/belles_fleurs_de_france/index.htm by Erick Dronnet  
  About plants of France. Nice and useful content.  
http://www.florealpes.com/ by Franck Le Driant  
  Pictures and description of mountain plants.  
  http://cle.fourmis.free.fr/index.html by Claude Lebas  
  A rich database dealing with ants. A very efficient visual key for identifying european ants.  
  http://aramel.free.fr/ by Alain Ramel  
  Much information on families of insects, as an encyclopedia. An instructive content, pedagogic and well illustrated.   
  http://www.nadsdiptera.org/Tach/TTimes/TThome.htm by Jim O'Hara  
  Some information about Tachinid flies, mainly american species.  
  A source of information on chalcidoid wasps.  



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