Database projects

Silkmoth (Saturniidae) host plant database: A project that will take years to complete – writing down the food plants of 2000+ species of Saturniidae will be extremely challenging. But with your support I can. Click here to visit the unfinished database

Swallowtail (Papilionidae) host plant database: A project that will take years to complete – writing down the food plants of about 600 species of Papilionidae will be extremely challenging. But with your support I can. Click here to visit the unfinished database.

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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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