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Once a suitable partner has been found, the mating takes place. The opening of new doors and new opportunities presenting themselves. Were it confined to those species which always fold their wings on alighting, it would seem easy to believe that it was a device for reducing the shadow east by the insect to its lowest terms. After that, our consciousness emerges from the cast off body, and some see in this the emergence of the butterfly. However, the City recommends that people refrain from approaching or feeding animals in City Parks.

Pages: 148

Publisher: Butterfly Conservation (August 1, 2011)

ISBN: 095622167X

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