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Includes photos, history, and activities at a Costa Rican butterfly farm; information about butterflies, butterfly farming; and butterflies and pupae for export; and an online gift shop. In English or Spanish.
|International Lepidoptera Survey, The|
Dedicated to finding and documenting new butterflies and moths around the world. Includes PDF taxanomic reports, photos of species, links, a Yahoo group discussion forum, and taxonomic, common, or Websters species names.
|Butterflies and Moths|
Features photographs and information about butterfly and moth biology and ecology, including differences, temperature, hearing, feeding, communication, and life cycle. In English and Dutch.
|Butterflies at the Field Museum|
Includes galleries of collections, habitat information and photographs, and butterfly information including anatomy, life cycle, camoflage, mimicry, and conservation.
|Butterflies North and South|
Gallery of butterflies native to Canada and Peru, a glossary, tips on attracting butterflies to gardens, lesson plans, a bibliography, and links to butterfly sites around the world.
|Butterflies of Ireland|
Features listings of small, brown, white, and multi-colored butterfly species with photographs and descriptions including appearance, seasons of visit, and locations. Includes mini-tours of butterfly farms.
|Butterflies, on the Wings of Freedom|
Features many topics about butterflies, with sections including general, for kids, at school, in our lives, research, and curiosities. Includes articles, kids activities, miniature movies, photographs, and forum.
Offers information and resources, along with related items for sale. Includes articles on butterfly gardening, guide, and links to Butterflies of North America US research project.
Includes information about this British society to protect butterfly habitat. Features include species information and photographs, news, conservation articles, publications for sale, and special features.
Butterfly cam includes live Web casts from the conservatory as well as three pre-recorded movie clips. Includes a FAQ page, a guide to planting a butterfly garden, and three downloadable backgrounds.
Offers a virtual tour of this Missouri butterfly garden, information about butterfly gardening, learning lab, species identification guide, photo gallery, and online store.
Information and photographs for butterfly fanciers, with features such as world atlas, gardening, clipart, articles, conference rooms, and links.
|Captain's European Butterfly Guide|
Butterfly information center with photos throughout, covering regions, life cycles, photography, survival mechanisms, links to farms, and book reviews.
|Foremost's Butterflies Are Blooming|
Picture album of butterflies, Webcam, virtual tours, anatomy, senses, lifecycle, habitat, gardening tips, and fun stuff.
|Give Me a Home Where the Butterflies Roam|
Narrated photo tour of the Butterfly Habitat Garden at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History.
|London Butterfly House|
Offers a virtual tour of this facility, photographs of and notes on species by region, and life cycle description. Also includes galleries of butterflies, toads, a cockroach, locusts, nymphs, ants, birds, and flowers.
University of Kansas shares information on the monarch butterfly. Includes biology, rearing, milkweed, gardening, migration, and conservation. Features articles, essays, photos, artwork, classroom tours, and tagging season summaries.
|Monarchs & Migration|
Information about exploring butterflies and their migration. Includes how-tos, shared projects and messages by others, activities, book reviews, poetry, stories, and links to photo galleries.
|North American Butterfly Association|
Group working to increase enjoyment of and promote conservation for butterflies. Features articles, census, sightings database, photographs, and publications and t-shirts to order.
|Photographs from Nature|
A Canadian expert at butterfly photography shares his profile, a huge gallery of photos, and an article about photographing butterflies.
Features field trip journals, preservation techniques, behavior explorations, photo galleries, and animations, all related to butterflies and moths. In English and French.
|Art Shapiro's Butterfly Site|
Contains data collected by Dr. Arthur Shapiro, professor of Evolution and Ecology at the University of California, Davis, in his effort to regularly monitor butterfly population trends in central California.
|Association for Tropical Lepidoptera|
Scientific and educational society for butterfly study and conservation shares information on the society, its publications, family classifications, family name index, common name index, and species images.
|Butterflies of Kerala|
Research study information on India's butterflies. Includes a photo gallery, classifications and species, and information about butterfly tours.
Features topic areas including butterfly gardening, biology, rearing, facts, and conservation. Includes links to farms, activities, photographs, live release and specimen suppliers, gift shops, and store.
|Chuck's Butterfly Page|
Butterfly farmer shares photography of tropical butterflies, with notes about each species. Includes life cycle pages and an article about why butterfly collecting helps the rainforest. Images available on CD.
|David's Butterflies and Moths|
Features a section each of Canadian butterfly and moth information and photography. Includes a forum.
|Guy Padfield's European Butterfly Page|
Includes photographs and notes on butterfly-seeing expeditions, movies, illustrations of species, quizzes, computerized Q&A, and links to other resources.
Features "Monarchs in the Classroom", with information on the butterfly species, including biology, research, teacher resources, rearing, resources, and an online store.
|Moths and Butterflies of Europe and North Africa|
Features photographs organized in table of families, including notes on life cycle and plants eaten.
|Museo Mariposas del Mundo|
Includes tour of the 'Museum Butterflies of the World' in Argentina, a book and a magazine review, 'Friends Association' membership information, and an ecology article. In Spanish and English.
|Richael's Butterfly Garden|
A butterfly photographer and naturalist shares information on butterfly gardening, photographs of butterflies, journals of past gardens, descriptions of host and food plants, and list of sightings.
|Tony Nagypal's Birdwing Butterflies of the World|
Includes a large database of information and photographs, organized by systematic listings. Also lists species in the Troidini butterfly tribe, along with section on the butterflies of Norway.