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Some species, such as Gray Hairstreaks, will eat a wide variety of plants and some will eat only a single plant species.
Although they eat plants, very few butterfly caterpillars are agricultural pests and if caterpillars are destroying some of your garden plants, it is unlikely that they are butterflies (unless you planted those plants specifically to attract butterflies). Many butterflies that spend the summer in temperate North America cannot survive northern winters.
In contrast, most moths are fairly drably colored and are active at night.
But there are quite a few butterflies that are dull and quite a few moths that are brilliantly colored and fly during the daytime.
The smallest butterflies may live only a week or so, while a few butterflies, such as Monarchs, Mourning Cloaks and tropical heliconians, can live up to nine months.
What kind of binoculars should I use for butterflying?
What is the difference between a butterfly and a moth?
Mainly the caterpillars eat leaves, but some species eat seeds and seed pods while others specialize on flowers.
Most species will eat only a small group of related plant species -- for example Pearl Crescent caterpillars will eat species of asters.
The vast majority of moths have antennas that are either simple filaments, tapering to a point at their ends, or are very complicated structures with many cross filaments, looking somewhat like radar antennas. There are approximately 20,000 species of butterflies in the world.
About 725 species have occurred in North American north of Mexico, with about 575 of these occurring regularly in the lower 48 states of the United States, and with about 275 species occurring regularly in Canada. How many kinds of butterflies can I find near where I live?