18 Before and After Photos of Caterpillars and Butterflies
Both butterflies and moths have four stages of life – they go from the initial egg to a caterpillar, then to a cocoon and finally to a butterfly or moth.
The Life Cycle of the Butterfly - Fascinating!
A rare look into the various stages of what it takes to become a butterfly, or more exactly, an Antheraea polyphemus moth from the initial larva stage, through worm, cocoon and eventually into the butterfly stage. This is the Polyphemus Moth ( Antheraea polyphemus ).
Expect to See Lots of Butterflies with These Flowers
"Butterflies are flying flowers, and flowers are tethered butterflies." Ponce Denis Écouchard Le Brun As this quote rightly points out, butterflies and flowers were made for each other.
Joke: The Caterpillar Escape
Two caterpillars are escaping a spider. They climb up a branch and get to the edge, but realize they are now trapped… "Hold on tight!" says the first caterpillar and he quickly chews through the branch.
Time Lapse Video: From Cute Caterpillar to Gorgeous Moth
Anyone who’s read “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” knows how butterflies and moths develop from clumsy and adorable larvae, but have you ever seen it in real time?
That Utterly Beautiful Moment When a Butterfly is Born...
The story of how a small, slimy caterpillar turns into a majestic, flying butterfly is one that captures our imagination from a young age. Now, you can watch this great wonder of nature take place before your very eyes, with this fantastic time-lapse video.
See Colorful Butterflies in Gorgeous Detail
The Migration of the Monarch Butterflies Click Here to Read the Article The Monarch butterfly is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies.
Butterflies and Minerals - Beautiful!
This new exhibit, open to view in Germany, contains an unbelievable collection of butterflies and other insects.
Painting on Butterfly Wings - Beautiful!
Hassan Kala is an incredibly Turkish artist who, since 1980, has been making great art on tiny objects, among those are butterfly wings, sea shells, coffee grains and others. Every painting requires a total dedication and patience for the arduous process.
Take a Moment to Relax With Butterflies...
So watch the pretty butterflies in slow motion, admire their beauty, and forget about trouble for a while. Take a Moment to Relax With Butterflies... video, peace, stress, relax, butterflies A moment of peace with a delightful and colorful video...
The Caterpillar, the Horse and the Parrot - Animal Jokes!
The Caterpillar, the Horse and the Parrot - Animal Jokes! animals, funny, hilarious, jokes Funny Animal Jokes!
Glass Art Immortalizes 18 Stunning Endangered Butterflies
Lepidoptera, an art series by the established glass artist Laura Hart, is a prime example of art that is both elegant, delicate and meaningful, as the artist recreates the natural beauty of some of the rarest and most endangered butterfly species on the planet, of which there is sadly very many.
Choose Your Favorite of These Beautiful Butterflies!
Question Mark Butterfly source This beautiful butterfly can be found in North America. They mainly reside in wooded areas and city parks, or generally in areas that have trees and free spaces. The adult butterfly has a wingspan of 1.7 to 2.9 inches (4.5–7.6 cm). 5.
23 Butterflies You Must See Before They Disappear
Butterflies have large, often brightly colored wings, and a conspicuous, fluttering flight. Culturally, butterflies are a popular motif in the visual and literary arts, signifying beauty, freedom and the coming of spring.
Watch the Monarch Butterfly Swarm in Gorgeous Detail!
Using a robot spy in the shape of a hummingbird, we venture deep into a monarch butterfly swarm in the heart of Mexico. This is something no human has ever been able to see from so close up, and it's one of the most incredible sights I've ever seen.
There Is Only One Butterfly that Flies Across the Ocean...
The Monarch butterfly is perhaps the best known of all North American butterflies. It is easily recognizable by its bright orange-red wings, with black veins and white spots along the edges.
Butterflies and Silkmoths Have Never Looked This Good!
During his work, he has encountered many different beautiful species of butterfly and silkmoth, and some of the best of his macro photography can be seen below. Enjoy Adam Gor's stunning work: Click on images to enlarge 1. Danaus plexippus - Monarch Butterfly 2.
The Glass Butterfly: One of Nature's Most Beautiful Creatures
This magical butterfly, officially named ' Greta oto ' but more widely known as the ' glass butterfly ' boasts incredibly beautiful, transparent, wings. A closer look at the wings reveals veins running across them, but you can see right through them, as if you were looking through a window.
Animation: Find Out More About North American Butterflies!
The beautiful animated image below will allow you to discover no less than 42 different species of North American butterflies. Bookmark this page and use it to identify butterflies you meet! Or just because it's so pretty... You can also see some really rare butterflies right here .
More than Just Butterflies: Coping with Social Anxiety
Yet while this may seem normal, for some, it's more than butterflies. If you tend to worry a great deal about what others think of you, then you are likely socially anxious. A socially anxious person would likely be uncomfortable returning items to a store, or ordering pizza over the phone.
These Colorful Creatures May be Hiding in Your Closet
Each species possesses traits and complexities, some of which can rival any butterfly while others have incredible defense mechanisms you wouldn’t expect to find in such creatures. After reading this article, you just might change your views on moths. 1.
This Time-Lapse of a Kidney Bean Growing is Mesmerizing
Have you ever watched a time-lapse video of a caterpillar metamorphosing into a beautiful butterfly? It’s a truly fascinating watch and a transformation that we rarely get to see up close.
10 Beneficial Insects Your Garden Needs Right Away
Nevertheless, these bugs prefer ants, beetles, borers, caterpillars, fleas, insect larvae, including moths and fleas. They also like maggots, webworms, weevils, and wireworms. Attracting these bugs can be difficult.
This Microscope Quiz Will Test Your Powers of Observation!
It's a Caterpillar! Fruit Fly Pork Sausage Caterpillar Spider Leg What could this be? It's an Eyelash Mite! Tadpole Eyelash Mite Pencil Carrot What could this be? It's a Maggot! Bat Maggot Ant Spaghetti What could this be?