How Long Should I Refrigerate a Butterfly before I Use It in a Photographic Scene?

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Butterflies should be refrigerated 24 hours before use in a photographic scene. Once frozen typically you have up to 24 hours before the butterfly becomes active again. If in a cooler climate you may not have to freeze them for more than a few hours.
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