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2 MOTHS Like stealth fighter jets, a macro picture by Marco Fischer of two Oleander Hawk-Moths (Daphnis nerii).

Brahmaea certhia. By: Igor Siwanowicz

Gorgeous Brahmin moth on a fern. I have a couple of Brahmin purses that look just like this!

Colias crocea

Colias crocea

Hyles gallii

Hyles gallii

its mine by Uda Dennie on 500px

its mine by Uda Dennie on 500px

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Gemini - null

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Very beautiful!

because this is natures Painted Grasshopper, Dactylotum bicolor. Also known as the Rainbow Grasshopper. Nature is AWEsome!

THE ATLAS MOTH HAS THE IMAGE OF A COBRA ON IT'S WINGS! ONLY AN INTELLIGENT DESIGNER COULD HAVE DONE THIS!

Atlas Moth (Attacus Atlas) ~ the tip of the moth's wing is camouflaged to resemble the head of a distinctive cobra snake. When disturbed, the Atlas moth falls to the ground and writhes about to complete the illusion.

✿⊱what do you see? You may see a simple branch with flowers and a leaf ...or you may see a beautiful part of nature . A butterfly. Look closely.

A shot of a female of Brimstone butterfly (Gonepteryx rhamni) by Fabio Giarrizzo

This is not a thorny branch, it’s a aggregation of Thorn Treehoppers

THORN TREEHOPPER Umbonia crassicornis ©The Panama Naturalist This is not a thorny branch, it’s a aggregation of Thorn Treehoppers Thorn treehoppers pierce the plant stem to eat sap and also to lay.

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