Below you can find many education articles that focus on butterflies and moths. People enjoy, and note some may contain personal opinions!
Note: Hall of rarities & weirdos (oddities!)
Note: Food plants of Ceranchia apollina (Ghostly silkmoth!)
Note: Brechin & Meister species (taxonomic mess!)
My dream species (my favorite moths!)
The sad story of Urania sloanus (extinct rarity!)
World’s biggest butterfly (about Queen alexandra’s birdwing!)
Why are moths attracted to light? (Why moths like lamps)
New Saturniidae common names list (species I named)
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Citations: Coppens, B. (2019); Written by Bart Coppens; based on a real life breeding experience [for citations in literature and publications]
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