Red Book butterflies Photos and Names | Types of butterflies listed in the Red Book

Butterflies cause in imagination the image of sunlight, heat, blooming meadows, summer gardens. Unfortunately, butterflies have been dying for the last 150 years. Three quarters of butterflies on the verge of survival. 56 species are under threat due to environmental changes. Butterflies and moths are recognized as an indicator of biodiversity. They quickly respond to changes, so their struggle for survival is a serious warning about the state of the environment. Their habitat has been destroyed, climatic and weather conditions are unpredictably changed due to air pollution. But the disappearance of these excellent creatures is a more serious problem than just without fluttering creatures of field.

Alkina (Atrophaneura alcinous)

Apollo ordinary (Parnassius Apollo)

Apollo Felder (Parnassius filderi)

Arctte is blue (Arcte Coerula)

Asteropetes is owl (Asteropetes noctuina)

Bibasis eagle (Bibasis aquilina)

The wave is gloomy (Parocneria Furva)

The wave is unlike (Numenes disparilis)

Dovers Argali (Neolycaena Argali, Glaucopsyche Argali)

Pigeon Oreas (Neolycaena Oreas)

Pigeon Roman (Neolycaena rhymnus)

Polubyanka Filipiev (Neolycaena filipjevi)

The marshmallow is excellent (Protantigius Suporans)

Sephir Pacific (Goldia Pacifica)

The clanis is wavy (Clanis undulosa)

Kochubey tape (Catocala kotshubeji)

Other butterflies of the Red Book

Moltrecht tape (Catocala Moltrechti)

Lucine (Hamearis lucina)

Mongolian bear (Palearctia mongolica)

The bear is secluded (CAMPTOLOMA INTERIOrata)

Milesemia is similar (Mimeusemia Persimilis)

Mnemosin (Parnassius mnemosyne)

Zenobia is pearl (Argynnis Zenobia)

Shokia is exceptional (Seokia Eximia)

Seritsin Montela (Sericinus montela)

Specodin is tail (Sphecodina caudata)

Raphael’s tail (Coreana Raphaelis)

Silkcarfire is wild mulberry (Bombyx Mandarina)

Erebia Kindermann (Erebia kindermanni)


There are many reasons why butterflies and moths are important both in themselves and as indicators of the quality of life. Butterflies play an important role in pollination of colors, especially buds that have a strong aroma, red or yellow and produce a large amount of nectar. Nectar is the main component of the butterfly diet. Pollination of butterflies is important for the propagation of some plants. Butterflies sit on milk and other field flowers. Bees do not tolerate the pollen of these representatives of the flora. Pollen accumulates on the body of the butterfly when it feeds on the nectar of the flower. When the butterfly moves to the new flower, it tolerates pollen with it for crosspollination.

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