Butterfly Search Results For Sulphurs

Clouded Sulphur Butterfly

Clouded Sulphur

Colias philodice
Above, the wings are yellow with black marginal borders. The males have a solid black border, while the females have yellow spots in the border. Unfortunately, this butterfly rarely lands with its wings open. Below, the wings are a yellowish color with a faint row of small black marginal spots, more evident later in the year, and a double central spot. Some females. . . [more]
Cloudless Sulphur Butterfly

Cloudless Sulphur

Phoebis sennae
Large, with up to three-inch wingspans. Males are yellow with no markings on the upper wings and faint spots underneath. Females are yellow above with black marginal spots. Below, the spots are more noticeable than on the males.
Dainty Sulphur Butterfly

Dainty Sulphur

Nathalis iole
A small Sulphur, yellow above with a dark border on the front wing apex, similar to many of the other Sulphurs, and a dark bar on the trailing edge of the front wing. Below, the butterfly may be mostly yellow or a darker gray-green with some yellow showing, with noticeable black dots on the front wing.
Large Orange Sulphur Butterfly

Large Orange Sulphur

Phoebis agarithe
A large sulphur that is orange above and with a diagonal line on the forewing.
Little Yellow Butterfly

Little Yellow

Eurema lisa
A small yellow Sulphur with a wingspan less than one and a half inches. It resembles a miniature Clouded Sulphur above, except for the black spot on the upper wing. Below, the wings are yellow with a few darker markings, with an orange spot present in the margin of the hindwing.
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