Vazrick Nazari is an entomologist and evolutionary biologist based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Myself Vazrick Nazari Ottawa based entomologist has received his MSc from University of Alberta (2006) and PhD from University of Guelph (2011). He developed a passion for butterflies as a child, and from early childhood he has been collecting and studying these insects with interest. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in his field, including Nature and Science, and continues to strive to find answers to interesting questions that picks his curiosity.

Vazrick Nazari is an entomologist and evolutionary biologist based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Myself Vazrick Nazari Ottawa based entomologist has received his MSc from University of Alberta (2006) and PhD from University of Guelph (2011). He developed a passion for butterflies as a child, and from early childhood he has been collecting and studying these insects with interest. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in his field, including Nature and Science, and continues to strive to find answers to interesting questions that picks his curiosity.

Vazrick Nazari is an entomologist and evolutionary biologist based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

He has received his MSc from University of Alberta (2006) and PhD from University of Guelph (2011). His main areas of research include
Lepidopteran taxonomy, biogeography, molecular systematics andphylogenetics. He also has an interest in cultural entomology, i.e.
presence and role of butterflies and moths in the arts and cultures ofpeoples across the world.

He developed a passion for butterflies as a child, and from early childhood he has been collecting and studying these insects with
interest. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in hisfield, including Nature and Science, and continues to strive to find
answers to interesting questions that picks his curiosity.

Vazrick Nazari is an entomologist and evolutionary biologist based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

He has received his MSc from University of Alberta (2006) and PhD from University of Guelph (2011). His main areas of research include
Lepidopteran taxonomy, biogeography, molecular systematics andphylogenetics. He also has an interest in cultural entomology, i.e.
presence and role of butterflies and moths in the arts and cultures ofpeoples across the world.

He developed a passion for butterflies as a child, and from early childhood he has been collecting and studying these insects with
interest. He has published numerous articles in leading journals in hisfield, including Nature and Science, and continues to strive to find
answers to interesting questions that picks his curiosity.