British Butterflies: A History in Books

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Various walks are available, which include a 5km (approximately 3.5-hour) ramble through the Ubud environs, as well as tours to far-flung regions all Read More... If your butterfly has no antennae, you can still make a pair by cutting out two thin paper strips and gluing them at the back of the butterfly's head. The presence of a butterfly in the house was regarded as a good omen, though of course everything depended on the individual typified by the butterfly.

Pages: 176

Publisher: British Library (October 15, 2010)

ISBN: 0712350969

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