If you seek information about butterflies and moths, go to the link below:
If you are interested in photographs of odonates (dragonflies and damselflies) in Tennessee, click on one of the following links:
If you are interested in the anurans (frogs, treefrogs, and toads) and other herps of Tennessee, including their vocalizations, click on this link:
A small gallery of photos follows:
|One of the gray tree frogs (probably Cope's Gray Tree Frog [Hyla chrysosceles]) photographed in Smith County, Tennessee, 2 April 2007; photo Kathy Harville.|
|Long-tailed Skipper (Urbanus proteus) near City Lake, Putnam Co., TN, 6 August 2002 (probably a first county record); photo SJS.|
|Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platirhinos) in Bridgestone/Firestone Centennial Wilderness, White County, Tennessee 11 April 2003; photo SJS.|
An American Copper (Lycaena phlaeas), photographed on Hinch Mt., Cumberland Co., TN, 10 November 2001; photo SJS.
|A Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) photographed near Brady Bluff Overlook on Brady Mountain, Cumberland County, Tennessee, 22 November 2006; photo Jim McCullough.|
|Polyphemus Moth (Antheraea polyphemus) photographed near Mayland, Cumberland County, Tennessee, 22 July 2006; photo SJS.|
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This web site was maintained and by Stephen J. Stedman.