Patterns In Nature: Butterflies

Patterns In Nature: Butterflies

Bringing some strikingly cool shots from the series of "Patterns of Nature" by National Geographic. These are amazing colors and design formations on the wings of butterflies. [10 Amazing OmgShots]

Patterns In Nature: Butterflies

1. Butterfly 1988 (Diaethria neglecta)
Dwells in the Brazilian Pantanal (fens, shrinking in the dry period), the butterfly got its name from the pattern in which the fold lines and spots on its wings. (Photograph by Joel Sartore)

Patterns In Nature: Butterflies

2. Ornithopter Priam (Ornithoptera priamus)
The largest of living in Australia butterflies, Ornithopter Priam of the family sailing and merges with a sheet on which is sitting. Sweep wings in the females of this species reaches 20 cm (Photograph by Nicole Duplaix)

Patterns In Nature: Butterflies

3. Kamehameha butterfly (Vanessa tameamea)
This butterfly belongs to one of two species found in Hawaii. On this photo taken at the Museum of Oahu, you can see its wing closeup. (Photograph by Chris Johns)

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