Dragonflies (Life)

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Pages: 96

Publisher: The Natural History Museum (January 4, 2003)

ISBN: 0565091808

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It is exactly these structures which scatter and reflect light in a certain way, and produce iridescent colors. But such wing structure doesn't only deliver beautiful colors - it also helps morphos to protect their wings from external dirt and dust, which is very important during their short life-cycle. The underside of the wings of both morpho males and females contains different shades of brown & yellow and consists of ordinary pigments and dyes British Butterflies: The Instant Guide. In the male, the upper surface of all four wings is a deep violet-blue fringed with white. In the female, the upper surface is a dusky brownish blue with orange spots on the edge of the hindwing. The lower surface is a pale silver with white- ringed black spots and rows of bright orange and blue markings near the edge of the hindwings download.

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