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Blog Post Moths at Large at the Museum By far the largest and oldest group in the order Lepidoptera, moths are usually overshadowed by their flashier cousins, the butterflies.... February 27, 2013   Butterfly MAIN release     Invertebrates   Blog Post Natural Histories: Pith Paper Butterfly Souvenirs Among the Museum library’s rare books is a Chinese silk-covered album containing over 100 beautiful hand-painted butterflies on a... December 10, 2013 Blog Post January 17–18: Butterflies, Scientific Illustrations, and More! It’s shaping up to be a chilly weekend in the city. January 16, 2015 Exhibit Two buck deer and a butterfly   Educator Materials Science Bulletin: Loggers Imperil Monarch Butterflies Satellite images show severe deforestation in a rare monarch butterfly overwintering site in Mexico. Blog Post June 21-22: Sleepovers, Sharks, and Butterflies June 21-22, 2014: Celebrate the summer solstice--which this year falls on Saturday, June 21--by spending some of those long daylight... June 20, 2014 Blog Post How Do Moths and Butterflies Survive a New York City Winter? They may seem as delicate as gossamer, but moths and butterflies routinely survive the cold, harsh weather of New York winters. This... February 7, 2013 OLogy Card 337 Purple Crows Every fall, over one million Purple Crows journey from northern to southern Taiwan. They spend the winter in warm valleys known as... Blog Post A Rare Beauty The world’s largest butterfly is now also one of the most endangered, surviving only on a tiny plot of coastal rain forest in the... November 3, 2014 Blog Post 4/19 and 4/20: Butterflies and Pterosaurs, Plus Upcoming Highlights If this week’s winter throwback has left you longing for spring again, spend this weekend in the warm halls at the Museum. April 18, 2014
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