Local butterflies develop taste for the exotic
SINGAPORE – Two butterfly species native to Singapore have developed a taste for a plant from elsewhere after their native host plant here went extinct, a new study has found.
The key finding of the study – that non-native plants may benefit native wildlife – is a departure from the prevailing paradigm that exotic species negatively affect the environment.
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