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This week’s shipment of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House from El Salvador includes one species with two colorful wing patterns.
This week’s shipment of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House features some of the most popular butterflies we’ve ever had: Monarchs.
This week’s shipment of pupae to our Tropical Butterfly House focuses on Caligo memnon, or the Owl butterfly.
This week we are getting pupae from Malaysia, including ten large Atlas Moths. These amazing creatures are hard to miss and fascinating to watch.
In our latest shipment of pupae for the Tropical Butterfly House we got a small number of Siderone nemesis, the Red-Striped Leafwing.
Tired of the cold weather yet? Here comes the sunshine, or as close as we can get it by receiving our pupae from somewhere warm.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, there is romance in the air…er, in the water in Pacific Science Center’s Puget Sound Tide Pool exhibit.
One of the species we are getting this week in our Tropical Butterfly House is Agraulis vanillea, known by its common name as “Gulf Fritillary.”
In this week’s list of new arrivals to our Tropical Butterfly House we invite you to gaze into our emerging window. What do you see?