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Ohio Lepidopterists society

The Ohio Lepidopterists is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Ohio. The purpose of The Ohio Lepidopterists is to promote interest in the butterflies, skippers and moths of Ohio and neighbouring states by engaging in activities designed to increase the general knowledge of the butterflies, skippers and moths, by disseminating scientific information on the Lepidoptera, by encouraging conservation of wildlife in general and of Lepidoptera in particular, and by achieving closer cooperation and understanding among all lepidopterists so that they may work together in the common cause of furthering the appreciation of Lepidoptera. The Ohio Lepidopterists supports a team of butterfly monitors across the State of Ohio. The Ohio Lepidopterists maintains a Collection of Ohio Butterflies and Moths at the OSU Museum of Biodiversity in Columbus. With the recent donation of the Parshall Collection to OSU the Museum of Biodiversity is the premier source for Ohio Butterfly specimens/data. The Ohio Lepidopterists, with support originally from the Division of Wildlife, conducted a State wide survey of Ohio's butterflies and moths. TOL still maintains the State database of moth and butterfly records from Ohio and welcome new verified records. It promote butterfly gardening in Ohio as a way of educating the public about the beauty and importance of Lepidoptera. The Butterfly Gardening Committee offers a chance for butterfly gardeners to share their gardens with others. Members of TOL are encouraged to register their butterfly gardens with TOL. Part of the mission of The Ohio Lepidopterists is to educate the public about the aesthetic and scientific importance of butterflies and moths to Ohioans.

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