A Nearly Extinct Butterfly Makes a Comeback in South Florida

By Richard Levine An article published in the journal Florida Entomologist tells the story of a butterfly that was nearly gone, but is now recovering. In fact, it’s doing so well that some people consider it to be a pest. Back in 1888, the Atala butterfly was so numerous that it was called “the most […]

Source: Entomology Today

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