Butterfly


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Butterfly

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Butterfly

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I never saw such a look on a child's face," answered Annie, admiring her own infant, and with good reason, far more than the artistic butterfly.
Then the butterfly came fluttering down, and, instead of returning to the infant, was apparently attracted towards the artist's hand.
With a wavering movement, and emitting a tremulous radiance, the butterfly struggled, as it were, towards the infant, and was about to alight upon his finger; but while it still hovered in the air, the little child of strength, with his grandsire's sharp and shrewd expression in his face, made a snatch at the marvellous insect and compressed it in his hand.
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Every farmer goes to the butterfly house centre at Gede with different pupae for counting, sorting, and packaging to be exported to Europe and USA, where they are later released to butterfly houses and greenhouses for display.
Such is the dedication of the soon-to-be seven-yearold that she asked to transform her wooden playhouse in the garden of the family home in St Nicolas Park into butterfly farm.
It is the first ever butterfly house which has been set up for the entertainment of people.
Description: This butterfly is commonly known as akk butterfly, plain tiger or African monarch, they are generally brown in appearance with white markings at apical part of forewing, both forewings and hindwings have fringe of dark brown with small uneven spots, mid of hindwing with three spots.
The majority of species studied in the annual Big Butterfly Count saw populations fall.
With massive landscape transformation that is happening in the tropics, there is a need to understand flower use by butterflies, to assess the implications on pollination and plant reproduction, as well as conservation of butterfly species, said Associate Professor Edward Webb from the Department of Biological Sciences at NUS Faculty of Science, who supervised the study.
In 2015, over 250 players participated, with the highest rated player Ruichao Chen (2701) claiming the Butterfly Badger Open Singles Champion title against Jishan Lang in the final.
Though the flitting creatures are sometimes hard to follow, the butterfly ties together - as if by invisible filament ?