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Comment: Peacock Butterfly. Inachis io Family Nymphalidae. Japanese name: Kujaku-cho. kujaku means peacock. The Peacock butterfly's wings are reddish-brown on top (previous picture) with distinctive "false eye" markings. The underside is dark brown to black. @ Hokkaido University Botanical Gardens
golden-skipper * Golden Skippers, possibly male of Ochlodes venatus (Bremer & Grey, 1852)

small-copper-butterfly-2 * The Small Copper or the Common Copper, Lycaena phlaeas Family: Lycaenidae. Known as beni shijimi. beni means red in japanese. Widespread and common across Europe, Asia and North America..

small-copper-butterfly-1 * The Small Copper or the Common Copper, Lycaena phlaeas Family: Lycaenidae. Known as beni shijimi. beni means red in japanese. Widespread and common across Europe, Asia and North America..

peacock-butterfly-3 * Peacock Butterfly. Inachis io Family Nymphalidae. Japanese name: Kujaku-cho. kujaku means peacock.

The Peacock butterfly's wings are reddish-brown on top with distinctive false eye markings. The underside (next picture) is dark brown to black.

@ Hokkaido University Botanical Gardens

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peacock-butterfly-2 * Peacock Butterfly. Inachis io Family Nymphalidae. Japanese name: Kujaku-cho. kujaku means peacock.

The Peacock butterfly's wings are reddish-brown on top with distinctive false eye markings. The underside is dark brown to black.

@ Hokkaido University Botanical Gardens

peacock-butterfly-4 * Peacock Butterfly on my shoulders. A blurred image, but I like it cuz of the intimacy it showed :)

butterfly_001 * hokkaido university botanical gardens, sapporo, japan

moth_camoflague_001 * spot the moth. nature is so good at camoflage. hokkaido university botanical gardens,,

sympetrum-lavender * of lavenders and dragonflies.. a dragonfly of the genus sympetrum @ the Lavender fields of Furano

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