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Tim lives near Lyon and has built up a very extensive knowledge of butterflies in the dÚpartement of Rh˘ne. He has an excellent site with lots of interesting photos.
Guy lives in western Switzerland and has an excellent site, especially the localised mountain species, and it is no surprise that his "tick list" is regularly over 150 species. Also an excellent diary.
Matt also lives in western Switzerland and travels widely, his site featuring some superb European rarities (where else are you going to see an Agenjo's anomalous blue?) with exceptional photos and authoritative commentary.
Peter Eeles UK Butterflies website
A comprehensive site covering all UK resident and migrant species. Excellent forums with much lively debate on all aspects of UK butterflies.
A relatively new French (but with text also in English) site by Philippe Bricaire, currently in the process of completion, but with many excellent photos of uncommon species.
Another excellent site from the Netherlands, with many superb photos from across Europe. I have seen Peter in action in France, taking over an hour to get one shot, and the quality of the result shows the effort was worthwhile.
Bernard is based in the Netherlands but also travels very widely. An interesting site even though it only has a limited number of "highlights" from each year, which is a pity because the photos are exceptional.
Butterfly Conservation HQ
Butterfly Conservation - Herts & Middlesex branch site
Includes a diary of sightings in Herts and Middlesex.
A comprehensive reference site for European butterflies and moths.
Butterfly Conservation - European Interests Group (EIG)
The EIG aims to promote the enjoyment, conservation and study of butterflies, moths and their habitats in Europe.
A site with excellent photographs of the nature around Moulismes, Vienne.
European Butterflies and Moths
A detailed site by Chris Jonko. An excellent aid to identification, with photos of pinned specimens and shots of each species in the wild.
Another excellent butterfly site from the Netherlands by Johannes van Donge.
A comprehensive and well structured site. I found it fascinating to compare the North American species with their European counterparts.
Butterflies of Serbia
192 Serbian butterflies listed, with photos of most, by Milan Djuric.
Torsten van der Heyden
The homepage of Torsten van der Heyden with some interesting entomological information and useful European links.
Dordogne Butterfly and Birdwatching
A cottage in the Dordogne which provides a base for butterfly and/or birdwatching in the Dordogne, and excellent region for butterflies. The cottage owners, David and Audrey Simpson, also run guided tours of the region.
Dragonflies and Butterflies of the Languedoc-Roussillon Region
Includes an excellent distribution atlas of butterflies of the region.
Association des LÚpidoptÚristes de France (ALF)
The French association of amateur and professional lepidopterists whose aims are the study, protection and conservation of butterflies.