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Red-eyed Underleaf (Teratophthalma maenades) is distributed from Colombia to Peru. This species occurs in rainforest and cloudforest habitats at elevations between about 800-1800m. The butterflies are never seen in open sunlit areas, instead preferring the darkness of the forest understorey. The adults are secretive by nature, spending long periods resting under the leaves of low growing vegetation, with wings spread open.


Tony Hoare, Faye Atkinson, Margaret Gmoser and Chic Scott on thier 19-day expedition from Jasper to Lake Louise.

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Advice for Ph.D. students from Tony Hoare

At the International Summer School Marktoberdorf Tony Hoare was asked to give the talk at the closing session. He gave a lot of advices for Ph.D. students,…