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Butterfly African Migrant, Catopsilia florella, photographed early in February on the Mahonie Loop near Punda. These butterflies are South Africa’s most familiar migrating butterfly after the Brown-veined White. They are found year-round throughout South Africa. Migrations occur in summer and autumn, but most commonly in February and March. But the butterfly that I saw is not only those that you see at the pictures or images above, because I ever seen the monarch butterfly too that got migrant in Africa.
Butterfly Moth as I have known is the big butterfly race that have little other life with common butterfly, and this butterfly is super-family of Hedyloidea and all the many other families within the Lepidoptera are called as moths too. This butterfly moth is frightened by some people because they think that butterfly moth is dangerous and can sting someone until the sting can make bad habit. But according to me, it's not true because this butterfly moth not danger for some one and not sting someone with out any reason.
So beautiful as beautiful as I love with this one of butterfly tissue. Every time when I got dirty mouth, hand, body, floor or in everywhere I always use the tissue but not every tissue I use,like this butterfly tissue that can make me fresh, enjoy, love and get desire to be the cleaner man now, I also like to buy the tissue with butterfly logo because it is be able to be the symbol of cleaning as clean as pure-butterfly.
Beside Butterfly-Tattoos-On-The-Lower-Back, here there is Butterfly-Tattoos-On-The-Hip for woman only that usually used by them as beautiful person. Not every one not also me that dislike with the bad girl by Butterfly-Tattoos-On-The-Hip of her. So you must repair your behavior before using Butterfly-Tattoos-On-The-Hip. Trust to me, every man will be amazing with your behavior that your Butterfly-Tattoos-On-The-Hip. Although I love Butterfly.
For the simply for the woman and girls, they always show in this future their tattoo-on-their-lower-back I don't know with what they want, I just think now days they want to show their body and their trend to another person that they are life in this era. But I think this era is not for just the tattoo, but we must think ahead maybe by looking for and using science until our brain will be more fantastic.
This is NGC 6240 is a peculiar, butterfly-shaped galaxy that consists of two smaller merging galaxies. The merging process, which began about 30 million years ago, triggered dramatic star formation and sparked numerous supernova explosions.
The picture of butterfly galaxy nebula above is from three days from Sept. 9 to 12th concurs with the sign of the Butterfly Nebula. The image was released to the public on Sept. 9, and it came to my personal attention on Sept. 12. This is one of the reasons why I am confident that the timing of this Butterfly-Nebula image was a sign of the Moth Bible Code.
this is a bipolar planetary nebula in Ophiucus evokes a butterfly. According to Hubble Space Telescope Imaging.
And this below is the Glass Cremation Jewelry glass-cremation-jewelry-spiral-galaxy.
Lokk like other flying animal, butterfly also begins its life as an egg. When a butterfly egg hatches, the young looks very different from the adult. It looks like a very small worm with short legs. It is called a caterpillar or larva. Butterfly's larva does nothing but eat. It grows bigger and bigger until it is full size. Then it enters the third stage called the pupa. But sometimes a caterpillar spins a silk covering around itself for protection during the pupa of it's stage. This covering is called a cocoon. When a caterpillar is in the pupa stage, a great change takes place. The worm like some caterpillars turns into an adult butterfly with four large wings and six long legs. Even the mouth parts are different. The caterpillar has strong jaws for chewing leaves. But the adult has mouth parts that coil up under its head like a spring. It can extend these mouth parts into flowers to sip up the nectar. And after getting mate, the female butterfly lays eggs and a new butterfly life cycle begins. People may not be enthusiastic about attracting butterflies and all of their life cycle stages to their garden, but butterflies add their colour, during movement and beauty to the garden. They are also beneficial pollinators for many of our favourite flowers. Butterflies are classified under Lepidoptera in the class of insects, and are found in many different habitats throughout North America. Many butterfly species have recently expanded their ranges due to changes humans have brought on through disturbed habitats where native plants and introduced weeds now thrive. Some of the beautiful species that have expanded include: Black Swallowtail, European Cabbage Butterfly, Clouded Sulfur, American Painted Lady, Monarch, Silver-spotted, and other of butterfly colors. In order to get much understand butterflies and attract them to your garden you must understand their life cycle (Figure 1). With this you can plan your garden to meet their food, shelter, and other needs at each stage of their life cycle. Butterflies begin life as an egg usually deposited singly, or in clusters up to a few hundred, on or near the host plant, usually on the leaf underside. The eggs hatch in 4 to 10 days. Larvae feed on the underside of the host plant leaves, and take from 3 to 4 weeks to turn into a chrysalis, or pupa. However, some butterfly species spend the winter as a larvae, hibernating in the crevices of trees trunks and walls, and wait until spring to pupate. Others, like the Silver-spotted Skipper, have the first eggs of the season develop directly into butterflies and the second brood winters as larvae. It may take from one to two weeks for the pupa to develop into a butterfly, but some like Swallow-tails pass the winter as pupae. Most butterflies live for 2 or 3 weeks, while some live for 10 months or longer. The early spring and summer generations of the Monarch live a few weeks, while the fall generation that migrates south will survive for 6 months before mating and returning north again (and here I mind, Monarch is the only truly migratory butterfly).