Dr Dino J. Martins, an entomologist and evolutionary biologist, is widely known as East Africa's 'Dudu Man' (Dudu is the Swahili word for insect). Dr Martins holds a PhD in Organismic and Evolutionary Biology from Harvard University. A prolific writer, he has published numerous articles in scientific, natural history and environmental publications. He is currently Chair of the Insect Committee of Nature Kenya, and The East Africa Natural History Society and is winner of the 2015 Whitley Gold Award for conservation. Steve Collins is a biologist who has worked in or visited over 50 African countries and the surrounding islands. In 1996, he founded the African Butterfly Research Institute (ABRI), which houses the most comprehensive collection of African butterflies. He has authored over 100 scientific papers on African butterflies, their life histories, biology and ecology, and has written several books on the subject.