Our Research

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Life on Earth

Fingerprints of ancient forests offer rare look at Florida 16 million years ago

Life on Earth

New South American butterfly species named for Florida Museum’s Andy Warren

Collections

Digital records of preserved plants and animals change how scientists explore the world

Life on Earth

Extinct Caribbean bird yields DNA after 2,500 years in watery grave

Collections

Florida Museum receives NSF grant to lead conservation paleobiology research network

Our People

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Awards & Honors

Pamela Soltis named president of American Society of Plant Taxonomists

Our People

Honoring lifelong reptile and amphibian expert Joseph Mitchell

Awards & Honors

Florida Museum students awarded NSF graduate fellowships

Museum Life

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Education & Outreach

Florida Museum introduces new science outreach programs for Gainesville children

Museum Life

Underground movement: The secret lives of geophytes

Education & Outreach

Meet the butterflies breaking into the brewing business

Fieldwork

In Gabon with a professional frog-catcher

Collections

Invertebrate zoology division to add new collections with NSF grant

Five Facts

Five Facts: Clover in Florida

Featured Focus

Butterflies + Moths

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Life on Earth

25,000 moths from one Florida backyard show how insects change with the seasons

Life on Earth

Four new species of plume moths discovered in Bahamas

Awards & Honors

Akito Kawahara named UF Research Foundation professor

Life on Earth

New butterfly named for pioneering 17th-century entomologist Maria Sibylla Merian

Life on Earth

Florida monarch butterfly populations have dropped 80 percent since 2005

Life on Earth

Hollow trees host massive moth slumber parties