Welcome to our butterfly quiz, where we invite you to explore the vibrant world of Finland’s captivating butterflies. Prepare to embark on a delightful journey through the picturesque landscapes of Finland as we unveil fascinating facts and intriguing trivia about these delicate winged creatures. Whether you’re an avid butterfly lover or simply intrigued by the wonders of the natural world, this quiz will put your knowledge to the test. Join us as we begin this newest butterfly quiz that celebrates the mesmerizing creatures of the meadows, woodlands, and gardens of Finland.
Almost 2,600 species of butterflies have been found in Finland, of which more than 2,300 are estimated to occur permanently here. The number of butterflies depends greatly on the weather, warm summer days bringing more butterflies, especially if the previous winter has seen heavy snow coverage. The largest butterfly that can be occasionally spotted in Finland is the African death’s head hawkmoth with wingspan that can reach up to 14 centimeters.
The butterflies that we have selected into this butterfly quiz are all common in Southern Finland. You may encounter these beauties flying during sunny summer days, and some these are so large and colorful that you wouldn’t miss them.
Are you ready to spread your wings of knowledge and take flight into the enchanting realm of Finnish butterflies? Let’s begin!
Check out our earlier butterfly quiz
Out in the Nature Quiz – Can you identify these Finnish butterflies?
Do you know what is Finland’s national butterfly? Or are you good at identifying butterflies in general? Our earlier quiz leads you to the wonderful world of butterflies that you may encounter in Finland.