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Official State Insects of Tennessee

The state of Tennessee names no fewer than three official insects.

Most states in America adopt 'official' trees, birds, and even insects. For the state of Tennessee, this is a group of no fewer than three insects recognized at an official level. The three insects in question on the Firefly, Ladybug, and Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly - all beuatiful in their own right. The state is one of a few that name more than one or two insects - most choosing to select just one.
Detailed color picture of an adult Big Dipper Firefly flying insect
Detailed color picture of an adult Ladybug / Lady Beetle
Detailed color picture of an adult Zebra Swallowtail butterfly
Zebra Swallowtail Butterfly
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