About me, other media + FAQ:

About my favorite subject – myself! But in all seriousness, this section of my website contains all the information that personally related to me. My contact information, my personal opinions, breeding notes, a FAQ, long term goals and about me and my other websites and media.

About Bart Coppens (me): About me, the owner of this website (Bart Coppens). This includes a personal backstory about my interest in moths, contact information, links to my social media, community updates, long term goals, and a FAQ. Want to know more about me? Click here.

About this website: About the purpose, future, scope and long term goals of my website breedingbutterflies.com, for those curious about my website itself and any potential updates. If you are interested in this webpage and are curious about what to expect in the future and why it was made, click here.

Bart Coppens: secret notes & diary:  A notebook where I post my personal observations that are related to insects, biology, the environment and our universe as a whole; they are not strictly related to Lepidoptera and also contain some of my personal opinions.

Special projects & publications: This page contains a wide range of media that is relevant to me and my research. Contains my scientific publications, interviews, special media and reports.

My other websites & accounts: This page lists all my other external projects, such as websites about different subjects, my social media, photo albums, crowdfunding, business, social groups and more.

Dear reader – thank you very much for visiting! Your readership is appreciated. Are you perhaps….. 

Was this information helpful to you? Then please consider contributing here (click!) to keep this information free and support the future of this website. This website is completely free to use, and crowdfunded. Contributions can be made via paypal, patreon, and several other ways. 

The aim of this website is to provide information about many species of moths and butterflies around the world, with a slight focus on rearing them in captivity.

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