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The Idea leuconoe, better known as the paper butterfly, is a very large butterfly. Its wings have a wingspan of six inches.
Due to the large wing area with few flight muscles, the Idea leuconoe has a slow wing beat. After a few wing beats, this butterfly will glide through the air. You would think an easy prey for predators. But the paper butterfly need not be afraid of that. The caterpillar of this butterfly feasts on the frederik flower, a poisonous plant. As a result, the butterfly also carries toxic substances. The robbers prefer to let this meal fly.
This photo was taken in the tropical greenhouses of the botanical gardens in Utrecht.
July 16, 1945 The Trinity Test or as we commonly know it..the Atomic Bomb
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La denominada popularmente como cometa de papel o papel de arroz esta mariposa (Idea leuconoe) es conocida sobre todo por su presencia en los invernaderos de mariposas y exposiciones de mariposas vivas de todo el mundo. La cometa de papel tiene su origen en Asía (desde Tailandia hasta Filipina y el sur de Taiwan; también se encuentra en norte de Australia).
Las larvas se alimentan en las especies de Parsonsia, Tylophora hispida, Parsonsia helicandra, Parsonsia spiralis, y Cynanchum formosanum.
Popularly known as the paper kite or rice paper, this butterfly (Idea leuconoe) is known above all for its presence in butterfly greenhouses and live butterfly exhibitions around the world. The paper kite has its origin in Asia (from Thailand to the Philippines and southern Taiwan; it is also found in northern Australia).
The larvae feed on the species Parsonsia, Tylophora hispida, Parsonsia helicandra, Parsonsia spiralis, and Cynanchum formosanum.
Casa delle farfalle - Bordano (UD).
Canon EOS R + Canon EF100mm f/2.8L Macro IS USM + Sigma 1.4X T.C. @ 1/100 f/5.
I have no idea what these are. I couldn’t help taking a photo of them because they were so interesting, had great texture and that curly little vine they’re hanging from is so cool! I think this is another one of those photos that looks better larger.
“Her mind was like a balloon with static cling, attracting random ideas as they floated by.”
― Jonathan Franzen, Purity
Do you feel the pain that lies inside, it manifest into oppressive darkness and at times it feels cold and numbing, but I reach for the glimmer that shines through the edge of the closed door.
In realtà si tratta di una scala a chiocciola, vista dal basso....
"I got a bad idea
Yeah, I'ma call you over here to numb the pain
I got a bad idea
Forget about it, yeah, forget about him, yeah
Forget about me
Even though we shouldn't, baby boy, we will (You know we will)
Need somebody, gimme something I can feel (Yeah)
But, boy, don't trip (Don't trip), you know this isn't real
You should know I'm temporary"
The second picture of the generating ideas series. This represents the generation of the idea and how it spreads and replicates. I hope you like it.
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Gesehen im Garten der Schmetterlinge Schloss Sayn
Seen in the garden of butterflies Schloss Sayn
Auf Fototour mit makro10nh
Le Grand Planeur (Idea leuconoe) est une espèce de papillons de la famille des Nymphalidae, de la sous-famille des Danainae et du genre Idea.
Idea leuconoe se nomme Grand planeur en français et Papper kite ou Mangrove Tree Nymph en anglais
Idea leuconoe est un grand papillon d'une envergure de 95 mm à 110 mm4. Idea leuconoe est blanc veiné et orné de noir dont les marques marginales et submarginales sont confluentes et forment deux bandes irrégulières.
La chrysalide est de couleur jaune.
Idea leuconoe, the paper kite, rice paper or large tree nymph, is known especially for its presence in butterfly houses and live butterfly expositions. It has a wingspan of 12 to 14 cm. The paper kite is of Southeast Asian origin, but can also be found in Northern Australia and Southern Taiwan.
Larvae feed on Parsonsia species, Tylophora hispida, Parsonsia helicandra, Parsonsia spiralis, and Cynanchum formosanum so both the butterfly and larva are poisonous.
I didn't feel in the mood for half a year. I took time to relax in Taiwan for 4 days last week. Kaohsiung Quanshi Lake butterfly picture, it seems that there is only one kind of butterfly to shoot