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Study needs public's help to document state butterfly

The Kamehameha butterfly is in decline, and University of Hawaii researchers hope to find out why

By Timothy Hurley

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 18, 2014

~~<p>Hawaii's state insect needs your help.</p>
<p>Scientists at the University of Hawaii are asking the public to keep an eye out for the Kame&shy;ha&shy;meha butterfly and report its whereabouts as they try to map out populations and attempt to figure out why the insect is on the decline.</p>
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Hawaii's state insect needs your help.

Scientists at the University of Hawaii are asking the public to keep an eye out for the Kame­ha­meha butterfly and report its whereabouts as they try to map out populations and attempt to figure out why the insect is on the decline. Login for more...



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