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Butterfly Social ClubsAuthor(s): Gary N. Ross
Source: Holarctic Lepidoptera, 5(1): 22 (1998)
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionMany diverse species of butterflies engage in a characteristic behavior that is commonly termed "puddling" and defined as a type of social behavior in which assorted butterflies, usually males, congregate at a damp site, often a mud puddle or stream bank.
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CitationRoss, Gary N. 1998. Butterfly Social Clubs. Holarctic Lepidoptera, 5(1): 22 (1998)
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