Specimen 264 - Clyde Tarber

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Location of collection: GGC#1

Date of collection: August 2012

Shannon-Wiener Index of Biodiversity: 3.370

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Distinguishing morphological features of Order:

Wings: large usually covered and scales

Mouthparts: sucking, in form of coiled tube at rest

Antennae: slender, long, sometimes plumose in moths, always knobbed in butterflies.

Geographical Distribution:


Life cycle:

Egg, caterpillars, wing development in larval stage, pupa, adult butterfly or imago

depicted as a metaphor for eternal life, as the "earth-bound" caterpillar transforms into the ethereal butterfly.

Sexual dimorphism: None

What it eats:

Butterflies live primarily on nectar from flowers.


damp patches, butterflies also visit dung, rotting fruit, or carcasses.

Ecological/Economic/Agricultural/Human health Importance:


Serve as food for other animals

Has a sensitivity to the environment, can serve as warning signs of deleterious conditions.

PCR product: gel picture? Not Available

Sequence data: Not Available

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