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Antoine Lévêque is a doctoral student majoring in animal systems and, more specifically, lepidopterology (the study of butterflies). He is a research assistant for “Natural Heritage, Biodiversity”, assigned to the Institut Français de l’Environnement (IFEN) (French Environmental Institute). His varied experience in the field during naturalist missions in Neotropical regions, as well as in France and Italy, has allowed him to devote himself to the study of insect biodiversity as well as soil conservation, which is necessary to the maintenance of these species. He recently joined the Société Entomologique de France (French Entomological Society).