Oxford Entomology Natural History in Oxford Pitt Rivers. #Collection #Collecting #Collections #Collect
Lamia legend has it that a consort of the goddess Matella created butterlies of all shapes and colors to win her affection. To this day, they are her favorite creatures. Oxford Entomology, Natural History in Oxford Pitt Rivers.
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Oxford Entomology~Natural History in Oxford Pitt Rivers. Image c. Arddu (Flickr)
Oxford butterflies. Entomology: Natural History at Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford
Oxford butterflies. Entomology/Natural History in Oxford Pitt Rivers
Blue Pansy (Junonia orithya, Nymphalidae) occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia. Feel free to like , repin or sharing my post. I appreciate it alot. Also follow me on twitter http://www.twitter.com/noelitoflow #love #nature #like #nice #Butterfly
Blue Pansy (Junonia orithya, Nymphalidae) occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia. #awesome #butterfly #beautiful nature #colour #amazing
Blue Pansy (Junonia orithya, Nymphalidae) occurring from Africa, through southern and south-eastern Asia, and in Australia!
Beautiful butterfly. We have these beauties here :) LILLIE !!!
red spotted purple........they luv cut up apples
Red-spotted Purple (Limenitis arthemis astyanax)
Beautiful! Butterfly's are fascinating!
Beautiful Butterfly ♥
Welcome to The Card Concept. This week we have a theme for you to try! You must use the theme and create your card in one of the styles of the designers. The styles are explained HERE. Clean & Simple Tracey McNeely When using Copic markers create a separate panel so the recipient will not see the marker bleed on the inside. Deanna Dean Select a simple image and a large sentiment and you have the makings of a perfect CAS card. Clean & Graphic Ardyth Percy-Robb Match the feeling and weight of the lines in your font and image for a unified, clean feeling. Geri Greening A layer of colored vellum can add softness to a clean & graphic card. Clean & Layering Kay Miller I just randomly cut some patterned papers on the diagonal and glued them down to create the background for this pretty butterfly. Kerin Sylvester I was inspired to use an assortment of butterflies to incorporate the theme, even a butterfly girl :) Shabby Chic Narelle Farrugia I love the butterfly in the inspiration pic so I went about finding a similar one in my stamping supplies. I think it's not a bad match (minus the blue tinge on it's wing!). Debbie Marcinkiewicz I found inspiration in the damask pattern on this pretty butterfly - I incorporated a black and vanilla color palette with a splash of pink and a pinch of elegant silver! Freestyle Collage Karen Davis My card doesn't deviate much from the inspiration because I loved the image and colours as they are. Cindy Lovell I was drawn to these beautiful colors of the inspiration photo,so i mainly focused on them.And the dots on the butterfly,inspired me to create my dotted background! Classy & Elegant Lee Ann Barrett I used lots of layers, texture and shine to achieve an elegant look. Cathy Weber An elegant embossing folder adds interest without taking away from the butterfly focal point. Our Rules Use the Challenge to create a card. Choose one of the design team "styles" to create your card. Click HERE for the different styles summary. Explain in your post which style you used. Link up your blog post here, not your whole blog. Comment on the card ahead of you and behind you in the linky. Everyone loves comments! This challenge will end on Monday, April 14 at Noon (PST). An InLinkz Link-up
Heliconius Doris Butterfly Al igual que nosotros, la mayoría de los insectos prueban la comida con sus bocas. Sin embargo, las mariposas pueden saborearla con los pies. ¡Sólo necesitan aterrizar en la flor para conocer el plato del día!
From the Guild Niagara Butterfly Conservatory photo outing in Niagara Falls, Canada. I found this description below: The Doris Longwing or Doris Butterfly (Heliconius doris) is a butterfly of the big tropical Nymphalidae family. This butterfly has long, narrow black wings with vivid blue, red, green or yellow coloration at the base of the dorsal hindwing. Characteristics are the two white spots on the forewing. The wingspan is 55 to 80 mm. The Doris Longwing is found in the tropical rainforests from Southern Mexico to the Amazon Basin in Brazil and Bolivia between sea level and 1800 m. This species can live up to 9 months, an extremely long time. The most tropical butterflies normally live only a couple weeks
Cairns Birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera euphorion) is a species of birdwing butterfly endemic to northeastern Australia, and is Australia's largest endemic butterfly species. Other common names include Cooktown Birdwing and Northern Birdwing. The name Cairns in its common name is a reference to the Queensland, Australia city in the region where this butterfly is found. #flutterby #butterfly
The Cairns Birdwing (Ornithoptera euphorion) is a species of birdwing butterfly endemic to northeastern Australia