What Do You Call a Group of Butterflies?

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A group of butterflies is known as a flight, a kaleidoscope, a rabble or a swarm. A butterfly is an insect that flies during the day and belongs to the order Lepidoptera. They can be very beautiful as they come in a variety of colours.
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A group of Butterflies is called a rabble or swarm.
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Groups of butterflies are called a few different things, depending on your part of the world, and whether you believe that moths are butterflies. Groups are often called a rabble, a swarm, or even a Kaleidoscope.
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A group of butterflies is called a "flutter" just like the sound that their wings make. I wonder where you would see a group of butterflies since most like to fly around
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As far as i can tell a rabble of butterflys or a swarm of butterflys is the answer
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There is not an official term for a group of butterflies, but most people call
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Some call a group of butterflies a 'Kaleidoscope', others have called them 'Swarm' or 'Rabble' or 'Flight'. Female butterflies generally live longer than males.
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