Below you can find many education articles that focus on butterflies and moths. People enjoy, and note some may contain personal opinions!
Hall of rarities & weirdos – The “hall of fame” – the most unusual, rare, beautiful or obscure species I have bred that could not be made into caresheets as their full life cycle was not recorded in captivity by me.
Brechlin & Meister species – About the nature and current status of what are generally regarded as the “COI-based” species.
My dream species – Here are some species that I would love to breed most.
The sad story of Urania sloanus – About Urania sloanus, an extinct species of day-flying Uraniidae moth from Jamaica.
World’s biggest butterfly – About Queen Alexandra’s Birdwing (Ornithoptera alexandrae)
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