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L'iris et le papillon (the iris and the butterfly)

L'iris et le papillon

L'iris et le papillon (the iris and the butterfly) nature

Mariposas

AmO Images, Color Feast: The Greatest Butterflies Photo Collection. Find the most beautiful butterflies pics from all over the web. Part 2

Fritillary Butterfly

Fritillary Butterfly by Christina Rollo - Fritillary Butterfly Photograph - Fritillary Butterfly Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Butterfly or Moth?  Still, it is beautiful

Butterfly or Moth?

swallowtail on rocky mountain iris

swallowtail on rocky mountain iris

Fall Butterfly

Butterfly and flower

The beautiful Ulysses Butterfly...  http://www.thalabeach.com.au/ulysses-butterfly-australia/

A Ulysses Butterfly, Native to Australia, Lands on Some Pink Flowers Photographic Print

Peacock Butterflies

Peacock Butterflies

The butterfly and the orchid by ~Verdenwelt on deviantART by Divonsir Borges

Inspiration for a next tattoo

Inspired by nature by abdelmajid , via 500px

Inspired by nature by abdelmajid

Common ragwort, marjoram, common birds-foot trefoil, knapweeds and devil's-bit scabious will all help you give common blue butterflies a home in your garden #homesfornature

Some butterflies enjoy wet 2012

Common ragwort, marjoram, common birds-foot trefoil, knapweeds and devil's-bit scabious will all help you give common blue butterflies a home in your garden

#pestcontrol Montreal #butterfly photo: Pretty Golden Butterfly

Colourful Life by Lessy Sebastian

Favonius quercus

Favonius quercus

Graphium Sarpedon

Graphium Sarpedon~Love that turquoise~

como la mariposa, despliega sus alas y se transforma

Pollinator by David Dai, via

~~Malachite by alanj2007~~Malachite (Siproeta stelenes)  The striking Malachite butterfly beginning as horned, prickly black caterpillars with red markings, the Malachite turns into a lime green chrysalis spotted with pink and eventually evolves into a stunning adult butterfly.

Malachite by Malachite (Siproeta stelenes) They begin as horned, prickly black caterpillars with red markings, that turns into a lime green chrysalis spotted with pink and eventually evolves into this stunner.

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