The Childrens Butterfly Site

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Die englischsprachige Seite basiert auf der Arbeit der "US Geological Survey (USGS )", und wird vom National Biological Information Infrastructure Prorgram( NBII ) unterstützt. Heute ist die Kinder- Schmetterlings -Site ein Projekt des Schmetterlings Informatios Netzwerks speziell für Kinder und Jugendliche . Finanzielle Unterstützung kommt von Werbetreibenden.

Englischer Original Text:


Originally developed by renowned lepidopterist Paul A. Opler in conjunction with the Fort Collins Science Center.
This project is based upon work previously supported by the U.S.
Geological Survey (USGS) National Biological Information Infrastructure
(NBII) Program. Today, the Children's Butterfly Site is now a project of
the Butterfly and Moth Information Network. Funding support comes from
advertisers.


Statement on Advertising
In an effort to offset project
costs, we allow limited advertising on The Children’s Butterfly Site.
The resulting revenue supports the ongoing development of this resource
for our loyal users.


Cite This Resource
This resource should be cited as: Opler,
Paul A., Kelly Lotts, and Thomas Naberhaus. 2011. The Children's
Butterfly Site. Butterfly and Moth Information Network. Welcome to the Children's Butterfly Site | Children's Butterfly Website (Version MMDDYYYY).


Photographs
Please note that all photographs are
copyrighted by the photographer and are not available for public or
personal use. Unless otherwise identified, photographs are copyrighted
by Paul Opler and Evi Buckner.


Questions?
If you have a question about butterflies or moths, please view our Frequently Asked Questions. Direct general questions and comments about the website to Kelly Lotts (butterflies.moths@gmail.com).