UF: When the seas rise: global changes and local impacts

UF: When the seas rise: global changes and local impacts

UF: When the seas rise: global changes and local impacts

The research of Jaret Daniels, UF assistant professor of entomology and a Florida Museum of Natural History expert on endangered butterfly conservation, is featured in this recent edition of Gatorbytes.

On a balmy day in early June, Jaret Daniels drove from Gainesville to Florida City in an aging Ford Fiesta with a backseat full of hope.

Packed into a lime-green cooler barely bigger than a lunch bucket were twelve living examples of one of the world’s rarest butterflies, tucked into individual translucent waxed paper envelopes to keep their fragile wings motionless and safe.

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