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TX-Butterfly is a listserv initiated in January of 1999 for the discussion of butterflies, moths and other entomological issues in Texas and surrounding areas such as northern Mexico. This list is hosted on  the University of Houston servers. It's sponsored by David Sarkozi as a privilege of his being a staff member at the U of H. In addition to David, the other list owners are owners are Melinda Parmer and Mike Quinn, they can always be reached at tx-butterfly-request@listserv.uh.edu

As of January 1, 2005 there were approximately 330 subscribers to TX-Butterfly.


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