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Bhutanitis lidderdalii | This amazing insect, also know as the Bhutan Glory, is a member of the swallowtail family. Those beautiful hindwing tails are typical of many members of the group, although the Bhutan Glory is considerably more exotic-looking than most swallowtails. It's thought that the bright, flapping hind wings draw the attention of predators, leading them to strike at the tails. The butterfly can survive quite well without the ends of its wings.

Bhutanitis lidderdalii | This amazing insect, also know as the Bhutan Glory, is a member of the swallowtail family. Those beautiful hindwing tails are typical of many members of the group, although the Bhutan Glory is considerably more exotic-looking than most swallowtails. It's thought that the bright, flapping hind wings draw the attention of predators, leading them to strike at the tails. The butterfly can survive quite well without the ends of its wings.

˚Common Buckeye by DrPhotoMoto @ Flickr

˚Common Buckeye by DrPhotoMoto @ Flickr

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Bergamo, Italy

Bergamo, Italy

The Castles of Cannero,Italy.

The Castles of Cannero,Italy.

Another look at the ever popular Venezuelan poodle moth. This moth was first discovered and photographed in 2009 and is believed to be a new species. It's thought to belong to the lepidopteran genus Artace.

Another look at the ever popular Venezuelan poodle moth. This moth was first discovered and photographed in 2009 and is believed to be a new species. It's thought to belong to the lepidopteran genus Artace.

Caterpillar of Saturniidae Moth in Switzerland - Rastafarian Caterpillar!!!

Caterpillar of Saturniidae Moth in Switzerland - Rastafarian Caterpillar!!!

Colomares castle, Benalmadena, Andalusia, Spain

Colomares castle, Benalmadena, Andalusia, Spain

Lily Moth - Polytela gloriosae. Lovely moth reminds me of an Art Deco pattern.

Lily Moth - Polytela gloriosae. Lovely moth reminds me of an Art Deco pattern.