eButterfly Advisory Group
May Berenbaum, Ph.D. – Professor of Entomology at the University of Illinois
Greg Breed, Ph. D. – Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, Ecology and behaviour of animals in space and time at the University of Alberta and expert in global change impacts on butterflies.
Diane Debinski, Ph.D. –Professor and Head of Department of Ecology, Montana State University
Chris Guppy, M.Sc. – Registered Professional Biologist in Whitehorse, Yukon and expert in butterfly conservation.
Nick Haddad, Ph.D. – William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor at North Carolina State University
Peter Hall, M.A. – Honourary Research Associate at the Canadian National Collection of Insects in Ottawa, co-author of Butterflies of Canada monograph
Doug Hyde, Ph.D. – Executive Director, NatureServe Canada
Don Lafontaine, Ph.D. – Research Scientist Agriculture & Agri-Food Canada and expert in butterfly taxonomy.
Jacques Larrivée – Avian Database Developer and Manager at ÉPOQ
Ross Layberry – Author of the book Butterflies of Canada and butterfly databasing expert and pioneer.
Patrick Lilley – Manager of the British Columbia Butterfly Atlas
Elizabeth Long, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and expert in butterfly ecology.
Thomas Lovejoy, Ph.D. – Heinz Center Biodiversity Chair
John Klymko – Manager of the Maritime Butterfly Atlas
Norbert Kondla – Western Canada butterfly expert author and coauthor of many butterfly publications
Alan Macnaughton – Manager of Toronto Entomological Association’s Butterfly Atlas
David Maddison, Ph.D. – Professor of Zoology at Oregon State University
Jeff Oliver, Ph.D. – Research Scientist at Oregon State University and expert in butterfly evolution and systematics.
Camille Parmesan, Ph.D. – Professor of Ecology & Evolution at University of Texas, Austin
Emily Saarinen, Ph.D. – Assistant Professor in Biological Sciences at University of Michigan, Dearborn and expert in butterfly conservation.
Arthur Shapiro, Ph.D. – Professor of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at University of California, Davis and expert in butterfly ecology.
Chris Schmidt, Ph.D. – Research Scientist at Canadian Food Inspection Agency and expert in butterfly taxonomy.
Felix Sperling, Ph.D. – Professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Alberta and expert in butterfly evolution and systematics.
Richard Westwood, Ph.D. – Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at the University of Winnipeg and expert in butterfly ecology.