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caligo

(kəˈlaɪɡəʊ)
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a speck on the cornea causing poor vision
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The butterfly images Mappes used came from an owl butterfly (Caligo martia) with eyespots that have an unusually vivid resemblance to a real owl's eyes, she says.
Submitted by Doreen Roscoe Jones of Benllech | Arthur Hughes of Ffynnongroyw with his champion pigeon in 1991 | John Ellis Roberts with one of the sheep which had been |trapped up a mountain at Trefor, Gwynedd, in December 1969 Thanks to Doreen Roscoe Williams of Benllech for this pic-|ture of Twm the Bengal cat asleep with his best friend | Valerie Cleveley of Colwyn Bay, pictured in April 1982, was looking forward |to two weeks holiday in June, but found that for some reason trying to get somebody to look after her pet tarantula was rather a challenge Entomologist Andrew Booth studies a South American Owl Butterfly at the Butterfly Jungle on Rhyl Promenade |
Beauties like the blue morpho, flame-bordered charaxes, and enormous owl butterfly flit freely, sometimes using visitors as a landing strip.
I love flying airplane owl butterfly dinosaur," he said, happily.
There's an undercover walk-through surrounded by a landscaped nectar garden, you'll be immersed in a butterfly paradise with species like the distinctive owl butterfly and the truly magical glasswing butterfly.
Territoriality by the dawn 's early light: The neotropical owl butterfly Caligo idomeneus (Nymph: Brassolinae).
On the right panel, a shimmering owl butterfly is splayed as if pinned; on the opposite panel, a spiny insect seems to play dead.
The butterfly's common name will be the Minerva owl butterfly, named after the late Margery Minerva Blythe Kitzmiller of Ohio.
At Menai Bridge's Pili Palas, it's more of the same - look out for the incredible looking Owl butterfly with patterned wings like an owl's eyes.
Bleak future: Amazoneia needs new homes for its pygmy marmosets; Rare: Owl butterfly Favourite: Iguana; Closed down: Neil Cunningham and Steven Dickie; Threat: Royal python; Exotic: Tree frog