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Article Butterfly Defense Mechanisms Butterflies have evolved in remarkable ways that help them avoid being eaten by birds, lizards, and other predators. Blog Post Student Tracks Butterfly Flower Preferences When 12-year-old Katelyn took a field trip to a butterfly exhibit, she wondered why butterflies chose certain flowers over others... October 6, 2011   The Butterfly Life Cycle Explained We walk you through the winding path from egg to caterpillar to butterfly—one of the most famous transformations in the natural world. April 3, 2017 Blog Post The Butterfly Brief: Heliconius cydno Butterflies that belong to the Heliconius genus, known colloquially as longwings, have discovered the secret to butterfly longevity. February 22, 2011 Press Release Live Butterflies Return to Enchant Visitors The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter returns to the American Museum of Natural History. September 14, 2018 Blog Post All About Flight of the Butterflies Witness the longest insect migration on earth—and the decades-long passion of one scientist—as the mystery of the monarchs unfolds... January 4, 2013 Article Butterfly Anatomy The intricate designs of butterfly wings are produced by thousands of scales, arrayed in complex patterns. Blog Post The Butterfly Conservatory Closes Soon There’s just one week left to stroll among hundreds of butterflies in a tropical vivarium. Don’t miss out! May 22, 2017 Blog Post Columbus Day Weekend Highlights: Butterflies, Comic Con Columbus Day Weekend in NYC? The Butterfly Conservatory opens here at the Museum, and we are also at Comic Con (if you're heading... October 11, 2013 Blog Post WARNING: Aposematism Explained Many animals—including butterflies—use color cues to show that they’re not a good meal for predators. May 8, 2017 Blog Post September 5–7: Float Like a Butterfly, Sting Like a Scorpion Spend Labor Day weekend in the newly reopened Butterfly Conservatory, and get your arachnid fix in the live-animal exhibit Spiders... September 4, 2015 Article Evolution Our understanding of butterfly origins is based on the study of living Lepidopteran species.
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