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List of common Florida species of Insects and spiders

Lepidoptera [1][edit]

  1. American Lady (Vanessa virginiensis)
  2. Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae)
  3. Zebra longwing (Heliconius charithonius)
  4. Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus)
  5. Queen butterfly (Danaus gilippus)
  6. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)
  1. 'Astyanax' Red-spotted Purple (Limenitis arthemis astyanax)
  2. Red-spotted Purple (Limenitis arthemis)
  3. Antillean Daggerwing (Marpesia eleuchea)
  4. Cramer's Eighty-eight (Diaethria clymena)
  5. Dingy Purplewing (Eunica monima)
  6. Florida Purplewing (Eunica tatila)
  7. Many-banded Daggerwing (Marpesia chiron)
  8. Pale Cracker (Hamadryas amphichloe)
  9. Ruddy Daggerwing (Marpesia petreus)
  10. Viceroy butterfly (Limenitis archippus)
  11. Hackberry Emperor (Asterocampa celtis)
  12. Tawny Emperor (Asterocampa clyton)
  13. Florida Leafwing (Anaea floridalis)
  14. Goatweed Leafwing (Anaea andria)
  15. Banded Orange Heliconian (Dryadula phaetusa)
  16. Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele)
  17. Julia Heliconian (Dryas julia)
  18. Variegated Fritillary (Euptoieta claudia)
  19. Soldier butterfly (Danaus eresimus)
  20. Tiger Mimic-Queen (Lycorea cleobaea)
  21. American Snout (Libytheana carinenta)
  22. Caribbean Peacock (Anartia chrysopelea)
  23. Common Buckeye (Junonia coenia)
  24. Compton Tortoiseshell (Nymphalis vaualbum)
  25. Cuban Crescent (Phyciodes frisia)
  26. Eastern Comma (Polygonia comma)
  27. Malachite (Siproeta stelenes)
  28. Mangrove Buckeye (Junonia evarete)
  29. Mimic (Hypolimnas misippus)
  30. Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa)
  31. Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui)
  32. Pearl Crescent (Phyciodes tharos)
  33. Phaon Crescent (Phyciodes phaon)
  34. Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis)
  35. Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta)
  36. Silvery Checkerspot (Chlosyne nycteis)
  37. Texan Crescent (Phyciodes texana)
  38. Tropical Buckeye (Junonia genoveva)
  39. White Peacock (Anartia jatrophae)
  40. Harvester (Feniseca tarquinius)
  41. Little Metalmark (Calephelis virginiensis)
  42. Androgeus Swallowtail (Papilio androgeus)
  43. Bahaman Swallowtail (Papilio andraemon)
  44. Black Swallowtail (Papilio polyxenes)
  45. Cuban Kite-Swallowtail (Eurytides celadon)
  46. Giant Swallowtail (Papilio cresphontes)
  47. Palamedes Swallowtail (Papilio palamedes)
  48. Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor)
  49. Polydamas Swallowtail (Battus polydamas)
  50. Schaus' Swallowtail (Papilio aristodemus)
  51. Spicebush Swallowtail (Papilio troilus)
  52. Zebra Swallowtail (Eurytides marcellus)
  1. Black-Etched Prominent (Cerura scitiscripta)
  2. Sigmoid Prominent (Clostera albosigma)
  3. Angle-Lined Prominent (Clostera inclusa)
  4. Black-Spotted Prominent (Dasylophia anguina)
  5. Gray-Patched Prominent (Dasylophia thyatiroides)
  6. Angus's Datana (Datana angusii)
  7. Walnut Caterpillar Moth (Datana integerrima)
  8. Major Datana (Datana major)
  9. Datana modesta (Datana modesta)
  10. Spotted Datana (Datana perspicua)
  11. Datana ranaeceps (Datana ranaeceps)
  12. Linden Prominent (Ellida caniplaga)
  13. White Furcula (Furcula borealis)
  14. Gray Furcula (Furcula cinerea)
  15. Heterocampa astarte (Heterocampa astarte)
  16. Wavy-lined Heterocampa (Heterocampa biundata)
  17. Heterocampa cubana (Heterocampa cubana)
  18. Maple Prominent (Heterocampa guttivitta)
  19. Heterocampa lunata (Heterocampa lunata)
  20. Oblique Heterocampa (Heterocampa obliqua)
  21. Small Heterocampa (Heterocampa subrotata)
  22. White-blotched Heterocampa (Heterocampa umbrata)
  23. Heterocampa varia (Heterocampa varia)
  24. Heterocampa zayasi (Heterocampa zayasi)
  25. Pink Prominent (Hyparpax aurora)
  26. Hyparpax perophoroides (Hyparpax perophoroides)
  27. Georgian Prominent (Hyperaeschra georgica)
  28. Litodonta hydromeli (Litodonta hydromeli)
  29. Double-lined Prominent (Lochmaeus bilineata)
  30. Variable Oakleaf Caterpillar Moth (Lochmaeus manteo)
  31. Mottled Prominent (Macrurocampa marthesia)
  32. White-dotted Prominent (Nadata gibbosa)
  33. Nystalea ebalea (Nystalea ebalea)
  34. Nystalea indiana (Nystalea indiana)
  35. White-Streaked Prominent (Oligocentria lignicolor)
  36. Red-washed Prominent (Oligocentria semirufescens)
  37. Angulose Prominent (Peridea angulosa)
  38. Chocolate Prominent (Peridea ferruginea)
  39. Rifargia lineata (Rifargia lineata)
  40. Plain Schizura (Schizura apicalis)
  41. Chestnut Schizura (Schizura badia)
  42. Red-humped Caterpillar Moth (Schizura concinna)
  43. Morning-glory Prominent (Schizura ipomoeae)
  44. Black-blotched Schizura (Schizura leptinoides)
  45. Unicorn Caterpillar Moth (Schizura unicornis)
  46. White-headed Prominent (Symmerista albifrons)
  47. Faithful Beauty (Composia fidelissima)
  48. Afrida minuta (Afrida minuta)
  49. Afrida ydatodes (Afrida ydatodes)
  50. Packard's Lichen Moth (Cisthene packardii)
  51. Lead-Colored Lichen Moth (Cisthene plumbea)
  52. Striated Lichen Moth (Cisthene striata)
  53. Subject Lichen Moth (Cisthene subjecta)
  54. Thin-Banded Lichen Moth (Cisthene tenuifascia)
  55. Cisthene unifascia (Cisthene unifascia)
  56. Little White Lichen Moth (Clemensia albata)
  57. Yellow-headed Lichen Moth (Crambidia cephalica)
  58. Dark Gray Lichen Moth (Crambidia lithosioides)
  59. Pale Lichen Moth (Crambidia pallida)
  60. Pure Lichen Moth (Crambidia pura)
  61. Painted Lichen Moth (Hypoprepia fucosa)
  62. Neoplynes eudora (Neoplynes eudora)
  63. Mouse-Colored Lichen Moth (Pagara simplex)
  64. Harnessed Moth (Apantesis phalerata)
  65. Banded Tiger Moth (Apantesis vittata)
  66. Streaked Calidota (Calidota laqueata)
  67. Salt Marsh Moth or Acrea Moth (Estigmene acrea)
  68. Milkweed Tussock Moth or Milkweed Tiger Moth (Euchaetes egle)
  69. Red-tailed Specter (Euerythra phasma)
  70. Snowy Eupseudosoma (Eupseudosoma involutum)
  71. Arge Tiger Moth (Grammia arge)
  72. Parthenice Tiger Moth (Grammia parthenice)
  73. Phyllira Tiger Moth (Grammia phyllira)
  74. Placentia Tiger Moth (Grammia placentia)
  75. Banded Tussock Moth or Pale Tiger Moth (Halysidota tessellaris)
  76. Clymene Moth (Haploa clymene)
  77. Colona Moth (Haploa colona)
  78. Great Leopard Moth (Hypercompe scribonia)
  79. Fall Webworm Moth (Hyphantria cunea)
  80. Long-Streaked Tussock Moth (Leucanopsis longa)
  81. Yellow-Winged Pareuchaetes (Pareuchaetes insulata)
  82. Yellow-Edged Pygarctia (Pygarctia abdominalis)
  83. Pygarctia roseicapitis (Pygarctia roseicapitis)
  84. Isabella Tiger Moth or Banded Woolybear (Pyrrharctia isabella)
  85. Echo Moth (Seirarctia echo)
  86. Agreeable Tiger Moth (Spilosoma congrua)
  87. Dubious Tiger Moth (Spilosoma dubia)
  88. Virginian Tiger Moth or Yellow Woolybear Moth (Spilosoma virginica)
  89. Bella Moth (Utetheisa ornatrix)
  90. Orange Holomelina (Virbia aurantiaca)
  91. Joyful Holomelina (Virbia laeta)
  92. Bog Holomelina (Virbia lamae)
  93. Tawny Holomelina (Virbia opella)
  94. Ruddy Holomelina (Virbia rubicundaria)
  95. Yellow-Collared Scape Moth (Cisseps fulvicollis)
  96. Cosmosoma festivum (Cosmosoma festivum)
  97. Scarlet-Bodied Wasp Moth (Cosmosoma myrodora)
  98. Black-Winged Dahana (Dahana atripennis)
  99. Double-Tufted Wasp Moth (Didasys belae)
  100. Texas Wasp Moth (Horama panthalon)
  101. Edwards' Wasp Moth (Lymire edwardsii)
  102. Florida Eucereon (Nelphe carolina)
  103. Lesser Wasp Moth (Pseudocharis minima)
  104. Polka-Dot Wasp Moth (Syntomeida epilais)
  105. Yellow-Banded Wasp Moth (Syntomeida ipomoeae)
  106. Wittfeld's Forester (Alypia wittfeldii)
  107. Pearly Wood-nymph (Eudryas unio)
  108. Glorius Flower Moth (Schinia gloriosa)
  109. Southern Flannel Moth (Megalopyge opercularis)
  110. Pyrausta tyralis (Pyrausta tyralis)
  111. Red-waisted Florella Moth (Syngamia florella)
  112. Cactus Moth (Cactoblastis cactorum)
  113. Melanchroia chephise (Melanchroia chephise)
  114. Southern Emerald (Synchlora frondaria)
  115. Black Witch (Ascalapha odorata)
  116. Hieroglyphic Moth (Diphthera festiva)
  117. Hemeroblemma opigena (Hemeroblemma opigena)
  118. Lunate Zale (Zale lunata)

Dermaptera [2][edit]

  1. Common earwig (Forficula auricularia)
  2. Ringlegged earwig (Euborellia annulipes)
  3. Seaside earwig (Anisolabis maritima)
  4. Tawny earwig (Labidura riparia)

Uncommon species:

  1. P. buscki (Pyragropsis buscki)
  2. E. ambigua (Euborellia ambigua)
  3. E. annulata(Euborellia annulata)
  4. E. caraibea(Euborellia caraibea)
  5. E. cincticollis(Euborellia cincticollis)
  6. E. femoralis(Euborellia femoralis)
  7. G. azteca(Gonolabis azteca)
  8. V.brunneipennis (Vostox brunneipennis)
  9. V. excavatus (Vostox excavatus)
  10. V. brunneipennis (Vostox apicedentatus)
  11. L. minor (Labia minor)
  12. L. curvicauda (Labia curvicauda)
  13. L. rehni (Labia rehni)
  14. M. arachidis (Marava arachidis)
  15. M. arachidis (Marava pulchella)
  16. C. morio (Chelisoches morio)
  17. D. davisi (Doru davisi)
  18. D. aculeatum (Doru aculeatum)
  19. D. taeniatum (Doru taeniatum)
  20. N. ruficeps (Neolobophora ruficeps)*
  21. K. atterimus (Kleter atterimus)*

*The 2 species are previously unrecorded from USA and represent new records yet to be published.

Formicidae [3][edit]

  1. Acrobat Ant (Crematogaster ashmeadi)
  2. Argentine Ant (Linepithema humile)
  3. Bicolored Trailing Ant (Monomorium floricola)
  4. Big Headed Ants (Pheidole megacephala and Pheidole spp.)
  5. Black Carpenter Ant (Camponotus pennsylvanicus)
  6. Crazy Ants (Paratrechina longicornis, P. bourbonica and P. pubens)
  7. Destructive Trailing Ant (Monomorium destructor)
  8. Elongate Twig Ant (Pseudomyrmex gracilis)
  9. Florida Carpenter Ants (Camponotus floridanus and C. tortuganus)
  10. Florida Harvester Ant (Pogonomyrmex badius)
  11. Ghost Ant (Tapinoma melanocephalum)
  12. H. punctatissima (Hyperponera punctatissima) stinging alates
  13. Little Fire Ant (Wasmannia auropunctata)
  14. Pharaoh's Ant (Monomorium pharaonis)
  15. Pyramid Ant (Dorymyrmex spp.)
  16. Red Imported Fire Ant (Solenopsis invicta)
  17. Rover Ant (Brachymyrmex spp.)
  18. White-Footed Ant (Technomyrmex albipes)

References[edit]