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A female Silver-washed Fritillary basking (Snitterfield Bushes, Warwickshire).

A female Silver-washed Fritillary basking (Snitterfield Bushes, Warwickshire).

Butterfly and moth brooches from the end of the nineteenth century. The sapphire and diamond example came from a British noble family, whereas the more flamboyant, and slightly later, multi-coloured brooches (bottom), set with opals, emeralds, rubies, sapphires and diamonds, came from the Spanish collection of the 18th Duke of Plasencia.

Butterfly and moth brooches from the end of the nineteenth century. The sapphire and diamond example came from a British noble family, whereas the more flamboyant, and slightly later, multi-coloured brooches (bottom), set with opals, emeralds, rubies, sapphires and diamonds, came from the Spanish collection of the 18th Duke of Plasencia.

Why not encouraging more bees in your garden by creating a bee hotel? Thanks Julie Sutton for the picture!

Why not encouraging more bees in your garden by creating a bee hotel? Thanks Julie Sutton for the picture!

Royal Mail Butterfly Stamps | Royal Mail celebrates British butterflies in new stamp release

Royal Mail Butterfly Stamps | Royal Mail celebrates British butterflies in new stamp release

All British butterflies except the ones whose caterpillars eat the cabbages but then - live and let live if you can!

One man's quest to find all 59 British butterflies (and how he made his girlfriend take flight)

All British butterflies except the ones whose caterpillars eat the cabbages but then - live and let live if you can!

British butterflies and moths illustrated by Emma Block (via Etsy).

British Butterflies and Moths A3 Art Print

British Butterflies - the Common blue

The Butterfly Effect by Andy Andrews

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