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AURA OF AUTUMN 2 - LEONID AFREMOV by Leonidafremov on deviantART

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squirrel chair! I totally love this!!

mosaic hopscotch!

mosaic hopscotch!

Patio table made from pallets! With instructions :)

Making a table from discarded pallets

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Cotton Candy Grass - Withstands heat, humidity, poor soil and even drought. Very easy to grow, it reaches a mature height of 3-4 feet tall and gets 3-4 feet wide. Grows in all U.S zones.

Speke's Weaver

white owl

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Purple and yellow.

Tailed Jay on passion flower

European peacock butterfly

Comet Moth, (Argema Mittrei), Kew Moth Gardens, London (I know it's not a butterfly, but there are few moths worthy of pictures!)

WHOA! The world's largest butterfly is the Queen Alexandra's birdwing from Papua New Guinea with a wingspan of 28 cm (11 in). I believe this is a Moth

CHINESE MOON MOTH - Actias dubernardi ©Igor Siwanowicz

SPANISH MOON MOTH Graellsia isabellae

Common Blue Mormon

Lusting After Nature

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butterfly

MADAGASCAR MOON MOTH or COMET MOTH (Argema mittrei) ©Butterflyworld.com The Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar. The male has a wingspan of twenty centimeters and a tail span of fifteen centimeters, making it one of the world’s largest silk moths.

PAPER KITE BUTTERFLY or RICE PAPER BUTTERFLY (Idea leuconoe) ©Tomasz Bobrzynski (tomanthony) The Paper Kite, Rice Paper, or Large Tree Nymph, butterfly is known especially for its presence in butterfly greenhouses and live butterfly expositions. The Paper Kite is of Southeast Asian origin. Fact Source: en.wikipedia.org/...

animals, animals, animals

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lovely Luna Moth

Common Windmill Swallowtail

Atrophaneura polyeuctes Swallowtail

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MADAGASCAR MOON MOTH or COMET MOTH (Argema mittrei) ©Butterflyworld.com The Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar. The male has a wingspan of twenty centimeters and a tail span of fifteen centimeters, making it one of the world’s largest silk moths.

Oleander Hawk Moth (Daphnis nerii) by ©od0man/Steve Covey The caterpillars feed mainly on oleander (Nerium oleander) leaves, a highly toxic plant to which toxicity they are immune. The adults feed on nectar of a great variety of flowers. They have a preference for fragrant species like petunia, jasmine and honeysuckle. They are especially active in the twilight time, hovering over the flowers after sunset.

Common Windmill Swallowtail