Using some butterflies as collection can provide many hours of enjoyment as well as expanding your knowledge of these fascinating insects. But it's named by destroying weak animal. One of the most important things to remember when starting your collection is to maintain accurate records of all your specimens, including when and where the specimen was collected. By keeping this information on a data label that will stay with your specimen, you can provide valuable information for yourself and future researchers. Without a data label all you have is a "pretty bug" that holds no scientific value. I suggest you should not do it.