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Next time you see a butterfly, treasure the memory: scientists raise alarm on these 26 species

By Michael F. Braby, Associate Professor, Australian National University
Hayley Geyle, Research Assistant, Charles Darwin University
Jaana Dielenberg, University Fellow, Charles Darwin University
Phillip John Bell, University Associate, School of Natural Sciences, University of Tasmania
Richard V Glatz, Associate research scientist, University of Adelaide
Roger Kitching, Emeritus Professor, Griffith University
Tim R New, Retired: Emeritus Professor in Zoology, La Trobe University
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There's still a very good chance of recovery for most of these species, but only with new targeted conservation effort.

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