Corfu Butterfly Conservation intends to use all the data generated by the five-year Corfu Butterfly Survey to produce the first truly comprehensive atlas of all the butterflies found in Corfu. This atlas will review the study of butterflies in Corfu, it will contain a key to the identification of all known species and there will be individual accounts on the autecology of each butterfly species, with up-to-date distribution maps and lavishly illustrated with a multitude of full colour photographs.
The atlas will identify the best places to watch butterflies, it will make recommendations for species and habitat conservation and we hope will influence the development of biodiversity policy to help conserve Corfu’s natural heritage. We invite you to be a part of this influential project by submitting your butterfly records on this site.
This female moth was found on the coast road from Roda to Acharavi, in the extreme north of Corfu. O...
Lazaros N. Pamperis
Telling the difference between the Spotted Fritillary (Melitaea didyma) and the Lesser Spo...
Dr Dan Danahar
This image of the Southern Emperor moth (Saturnia pavoniella) was taken by Paolo Mazzei on...