Hi ~

The Beaty Biodiversity Museum has a great online entomology library. They have been digitizing their entire
collection and usually have ventral, dorsal and lateral views.

You can search species here:
Spencer Entomological Collection


Good luck!
Vicky


From: Wendy Beth Jackelow <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 7:06 AM
Subject: [SCIART] butterfly morphology reference

Hello everyone,

I am working on an etching of a black swallowtail butterfly based on some photos I took
and I needed more detailed information than my photos reveal. I just wanted to get
the parts right even though that is not the main focus of the work--although I suppose
it always should be! My  butterfly is on his back with his legs sort of mangled—poor thing.

Can someone recommend a good reference for butterfly morphology—either a book
or a website? I have some general invertebrate books here and have looked up some things on line, but many
illustrations I have seen are more diagrammatic—almost like a coloring book! I was hoping
to find a nice, accurate and detailed illustration.

Thanks to everyone in advance. This list is always so helpful.

Take care,
Wendy



Wendy Beth Jackelow, MFA, CM, FAMI
Medical & Scientific Illustration

266 Pelton Avenue
Staten Island, NY 10310
Tel/fax (718) 273-0002
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http://www.wbjackelowstudios.com

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