June 30, 2012
heracliteanfire:

‘Dandelion with a moth and a smaller green moth or butterfly’. Margaretha Barbara Dietzsch, 1741-1784. [the big moth is obviously a Death’s-head Hawkmoth, I think the green one is Green Silver-lines, Pseuodoips prasinana] (via British Museum)

heracliteanfire:

‘Dandelion with a moth and a smaller green moth or butterfly’. Margaretha Barbara Dietzsch, 1741-1784. [the big moth is obviously a Death’s-head Hawkmoth, I think the green one is Green Silver-lines, Pseuodoips prasinana] (via British Museum)

(via scientificillustration)

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