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European Peacock (Inachis io), more commonly known simply as the Peacock butterfly

It looks like a moth, but was pinned as "butterfly' - whatever, the colors are eye-catching!

I love butterflies, and what they symbolize~transformation...  Each butterfly tattoo I have is symbolic of major changes in my life.

I love butterflies, and what they symbolize~transformation. Each butterfly tattoo I have is symbolic of major changes in my life.

I ❤ butterflies . . . Zebra swallowtail butterfly- The swallowtail family of butterflies borrows the zebra pattern, alongside many other color schemes.

I ❤ butterflies . Zebra swallowtail butterfly- The swallowtail family of butterflies borrows the zebra pattern, alongside many other color schemes.

Chalkhill Blue Butterfly / "Toda reforma interior e toda mudança para melhor dependem exclusivamente da aplicação do nosso próprio esforço." (Immanuel Kant)

Chalkhill Blue Butterfly: Another kind of butterfly Fredrick showed Miranda in his cabinets which all caught or bred by him and set and arranged by him.

Promethea moth (Callosamia promethea)    by © Michael Lustbader... (I have one in a cocoon in my garbage patiently waiting 5 months as of 3/21/13!!!)

Promethea moth (Callosamia promethea) by © Michael Lustbader. (I have one in a cocoon in my garbage patiently waiting 5 months as of

Bredow's Sister

Adelpha bredowii, commonly known as Bredow's Sister, is a species of butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is endemic to western, central, and southern Mexico. This is a ventral view of the subspecies California Sister (Adelpha bedowii californica).

It's just a little moth, for crying out loud, and it looks as though it's dressed up for cocktails on "Mad Men." It's a Convict Moth, and you'll see more equally beautiful moths and caterpillars in the book "Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America," published by Princeton University Press.

it looks as though it's dressed up for cocktails on "Mad Men." It's a Convict Moth, and you'll see more equally beautiful moths and caterpillars in the book "Owlet Caterpillars of Eastern North America," published by Princeton University Press.

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