Invasion biology is the study of the ways in which species can spread to new areas, and the impacts of these invasions on native species and ecosystems. Butterflies are one type of species that can be invasive, and they can spread to new areas through a variety of mechanisms.

One way in which butterflies can spread to new areas is through human activity. For example, if people transport butterflies or their eggs or larvae to new areas, either intentionally or unintentionally, they can establish new populations in these areas. This can happen through the movement of plants that are host to butterfly larvae, or through the accidental transport of eggs or larvae on clothing or other items.

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