How does temperature affect the growth rate of butterflies?
Temperature can affect the growth rate of butterflies in a few ways.
First, the optimal temperature range for butterfly development may vary depending on the species.
For example, some species may develop more quickly at warmer temperatures, while others may develop more slowly.
Additionally, extreme temperatures (either too hot or too cold) can be harmful to butterflies and may slow their development or even cause death.
In general, butterflies tend to develop more quickly at warmer temperatures, as long as they are not too hot. Temperatures above 40°C should be avoided at all costs.