North American Butterfly Association


North American Butterfly Association
13th Biennial Members' Meeting

Tallahassee, FL
September 16-19, 2018

Tallahassee is a treasure trove of riches for those who love the outdoors and nature. The Panhandle has been identified as one of the five richest biodiversity hotspots in North America. The Apalachicola River Basin, just to the west of Tallahassee, has the highest species diversity of reptiles and amphibians in the U.S. and an estimated 1300 plant species, with 127 of them endemic to the Basin, including dozens of carnivorous plant species, more than any other state. The Apalachicola NF, just south of Tallahassee, is part of one of the largest contiguous blocks of public lands east of the Mississippi River. Just a 30-minute drive from Tallahassee lies the Gulf of Mexico, famous for its beaches and seafood. With over 120 species of butterflies within the vicinity, Tallahassee will give attendees of the 13th biennial NABA meeting an opportunity to experience the riches of natural Florida.




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Butterfly Checklist

Butterflies Seen During Meeting XLSX or PDF