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Butterfly biodiversity refers to the extensive species diversity found across ecosystems worldwide, which plays a key role in pollination and overall ecosystem health. Over 20,000 known butterfly species exist and their variety in colors, sizes, and behaviors makes them great indicators of environment changes - therefore conservation efforts must continue in order to safeguard this enchanting group of insects that contribute so greatly towards maintaining our Earth's eco-balance.
Biodiversity is a measure of the numbers of species that make up a biologic community and is considered to be one of the more important aspects of community organization and structure. The factors contributing to differences in the levels of diversity between communities are not fully understood and remain a topic of scientific debate.View More >>