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Hi! I am a student at Florida Int'l University and I am doing a project with a driving question such as: "What kind of plants attract butterflies?" I need to interview a scientist who is knowledgable on the sugject. The interview could be by e-mail. I would really appreciate a response.


Replies:
Dear Jennifer,

Sorry, I'm not an entomologist but

The following might be helpful for locating a scientist to talk to about butterflies.

http://www.butterflies.com/guide.html

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Brach, Ph.D.



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