OK, here are a few flies I have photos of. I'll have to take a few more. Most of the articulated flies I tie are for freshwater and most are variations of the bunny leech, which really represents a lamprey.
This first one is obviously a black leech but it includes pink UV polar chenille wrapped in with the rabbit. This fly is tied with 20# dacron backing using a furling technique a friend showed me. Here is a you tube link of Chris tying a pink worm. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATZXKYJEMAE
We have modified the technique a little to tie these articulated leeches with the UV polar chenille. I catch way more trout and salmon with the UV materials. I have caught big rainbows, dolly varden, steelhead, coho and king salmon on this fly or color variations. I have also tied this with tarpon hooks and 30# backing for the salt but have not fished it. We also tie this in flesh colors with no weight.
Here are some color variations:
This next one is a squid I learned from Jonny King. This is his kinky muddler style of fly. I have tied these articulated style of kinky muddlers with many materials like fox and rabbit to look like not only squids but also baitfish for both fresh and saltwater and also sculpins. Big rainbows love sculpins (I don't have any pics).
A craft fur pink squid: