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Rainbow Butterfly Candy Land Centerpiece Topiary, Candy Buffet Decor, Candy Arrangement Wedding, Mitzvah, Candy Creation, Edible Art via Etsy

Rainbow Butterfly Candy Land Centerpiece Topiary, Candy Buffet Decor, Candy Arrangement Wedding, Mitzvah, Candy Creation, Edible Art

Rainbow Butterfly Candy Land Centerpiece Topiary, Candy Buffet Decor, Candy Arrangement Wedding, Mitzvah, Candy Creation, Edible Art via Etsy

The butterfly Apatura iris is widely distributed in dense, broadleaved woodlands throughout Central Europe.

The butterfly Apatura iris is widely distributed in dense, broadleaved woodlands throughout Central Europe.

@robertclarkphoto The forest giant owl (Caligo eurilochus) is an owl butterfly from Mexico, through Central America, to the Amazon River in South America. The underwing eye pattern is a generalized form of mimicry. It is known that many small animals hesitate to go near patterns with a light-colored iris and a large pupil appearing to be eyes of a predator.

@robertclarkphoto The forest giant owl (Caligo eurilochus) is an owl butterfly from Mexico, through Central America, to the Amazon River in South America. The underwing eye pattern is a generalized form of mimicry. It is known that many small animals hesitate to go near patterns with a light-colored iris and a large pupil appearing to be eyes of a predator.

A beadwork picture, embroidered in coloured beads with raised work details, with a central woman seated on a hillock beneath a canopy with a snake wrapped around her arm, shouldered by a snail, an iris and a lily, at each corner with an allegory of the Seasons and with spot motifs including a butterfly and an eagle--17 x 13.5in. (43 x 34cm.), probably 17th century, framed and glazed, cut down, wear to raised work and very slight discolouration to some beads

A beadwork picture, embroidered in coloured beads with raised work details, with a central woman seated on a hillock beneath a canopy with a snake wrapped around her arm, shouldered by a snail, an iris and a lily, at each corner with an allegory of the Seasons and with spot motifs including a butterfly and an eagle--17 x 13.5in. (43 x 34cm.), probably 17th century, framed and glazed, cut down, wear to raised work and very slight discolouration to some beads

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