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Figure 3 Fruit-eating butterflies like and need really rotten fruit-but this supposedly upsets the aesthetic sense of visitors to live butterfly exhibits. Thus, 'fresh' fruit is often offered instead of rotten, while visitors could easily be enlightened with respect to the real needs of the butterflies. Spraying artificial flowers with sugar water is another example of poor husbandry-due to evaporation the concentration increases rapidly, and the solution becomes too viscous to imbibe.

Figure 3 Fruit-eating butterflies like and need really rotten fruit-but this supposedly upsets the aesthetic sense of visitors to live butterfly exhibits. Thus, 'fresh' fruit is often offered instead of rotten, while visitors could easily be enlightened with respect to the real needs of the butterflies. Spraying artificial flowers with sugar water is another example of poor husbandry-due to evaporation the concentration increases rapidly, and the solution becomes too viscous to imbibe.