The cordulegaster bidentata is a species of dragonfly in the Cordulegastridae family. It can be recognized by the black and yellow rings on its body. It’s flight period is from mid-May to the end of August. Rare in the plains, it’s easier to spot in uplands, as high as 2,000 meters.
The trichius fasciatus is a beetle in the Scarabaeidae family. It has a stout oval body and relatively long legs. These scarabs can be seen in the daytime throughout the summer, on flowers, which make up most of their diet.
The aglais io, or peacock butterfly, is a butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. Its name comes from Io, priestess of Juno, of legendary beauty. It has a wingspan of up to 60 or 70 millimeters[A1] . The dorsal side of the wings is red, tending to brown at the edges. Its wingtips show four eyespots, which help protect against predators.
The nymphalis antiopa is another butterfly in the Nymphalidae family. The adult has a wingspan of around 6 centimeters and is dark colored with striking blue spots and a yellow outer edges. The caterpillars of this species are black with red dots running down the back and "spines" serving as protection against predators.