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OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD
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C4100Z,C4000Z
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Atrophaneura alcinous by J-Y-M Atrophaneura alcinous by J-Y-M
Atrophaneura alcinous, female, breeding specimen.
A wonderful Papilionidae from China.
April 10th, 2009.
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:icontuxthelord:
super cool!!!!

we have a lot of swallow tails near my house.... especially P.hector...

swarms of red bodies all over!
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J-Y-M Jul 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Pachliopta hector??? Wow, it sounds quite wonderful to me...
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:icontuxthelord:
haaaa....

i see the crimson rose, the common rose and malabar rose on a daily basis during monsoons....
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J-Y-M Jul 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
I'm speechless...
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:icontuxthelord:
[link]

this one is yet to dry...
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:icontuxthelord:
the most wonderful butterfly i've seen is the kaiser-i-hind, i was soo close... but couldn't catch it...

neither did i see one again :(
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J-Y-M Jul 8, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh, you saw this mythicand splendid butterfly? That's unbelievable...
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:iconcross-criss:
Hello,
this beautiful deviation has been featured in my new journal -> [link]
Have a nice day :)
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:iconmarc50:
Beautiful. Thank you for the fav on gulf butterfly mosaic. I've just started seeing many species of butterflies in South Carolina. Most are heading north in haste. Spring has sprung.

My butterfly set [link]
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