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Orange and Black Butterfly wings. MonaRAEbeads.com

Monarch Butterflies by Elmira Amirova. Before metamorphosis the larva survive by eating the milkweed plant. This adaptation that monarch butterflies evolved protects them during their imago stage from predators such as birds.

Blue Morpho butterflies. "The genetic code that is responsible for the wings of a butterfly is also *the same gene code* for the beating of the human heart. [...] It seems like Nature discovered this information 300 million years ago and then She said to herself, 'I am going to store it and then one day I will use it for the human heart because that is where longing is, our deepest yearnings are, where love is, compassion is.'" ~Deepak Chopra

How beautiful! Blue morpho butterflies congregate on a tree. There are over 80 species of butterflies in the genus Morpho. They are tropical butterflies found mostly in South America as well as Mexico and Central America.

Sissel

Dragonfly Wing, photo by Harold Davis. Up close, lit from behind by the setting sun—the photo shows a magnification of about ten times. -- I love the structures and colours in this wing, creates a beautiful natural pattern

colorful butterflies

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Vlinder

Yellow Tiger Swallowtail on Purple Buddleia Blossoms (Butterfly Bush)

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Blue butterfly

This turquoise color represents: Turquoise helps to open the lines of communication between the heart and the spoken word. It presents as a friendly and happy color enjoying life.

Butterfly on orange flower

Danaus gilippus (Queen butterfly) is a North and South American butterfly in the family Nymphalidae with a wingspan of mm. Photo by John Absher, taken at the Butterfly Exhibit at Tucson Botanic Gardens.

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