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https://flic.kr/p/zQ1fcE | Papilionidae - Parnassius apollo-0

https://flic.kr/p/zQ1fcE | Papilionidae - Parnassius apollo-0

What is doodle drawing and how could this image be used as a basis for a doodle drawing? butterfly wing

The pattern on the wing of a butterfly is unique and individual like our fingerprints. closeup of butterfly wing, photo by Martin Amm

bee-eater and butterfly - spectacular color display.  Rainbow Bee-eater: Small, green bee-eater with turquoise-blue back, rump, and vent. Black mask. Orange crown, yellow-orange throat with black patch. Fairly long, black, rectangular tail with long, needle-like central tail feathers. Male had longer tail feathers. Juvenile lacks central tail feathers and is olive-gray with some yellow on throat.

EUROPEAN BEE EATER which is indeed a beautiful bird. The bird run’s about in length. The butterfly is Danaus chrysippus, known as the Plain Tiger or African Monarch, is a common butterfly, widespread in Asia and Africa with a wingspan of about

European Butterflies & Moths

European Butterflies & Moths

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33 Animal Pictures You Cannot Time Any Better - Page 9 of 33 - Cyber Breeze

33 Animal Pictures You Cannot Time Any Better - Page 9 of 22

New Wonderful Photos: European Bee-eater, Merops Apiaster

Borderlands: Bird Watching in Dobrogea, Romania

New Wonderful Photos: European Bee-eater, Merops Apiaster. I keep saying, Daddy God Almighty is the most WONDERFUL Creator! And, look at the color combinations on this BEAUTIFUL little bird!

Adonis Blue Butterfly egg | One rare species, which lays eggs exclusively on parts of the European perennial, the Horseshoe Vetch species of plant, is the Adonis Blue Butterfly, the eggs of which are exceptionally attractive.

Under the Microscope: "The Adonis blue butterfly is rare because it's choosy. It lays its eggs (like the one above) only on horseshoe vetch, a European perennial. What's more, it looks for patches cropped by rabbits that allow easy landing.