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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

A Flutterby

IZA:  I caught a nice yellow flutterby today.
It dint last very long though.  They are kinna fragile...

13 comments:

  1. Ooops. Too bad it wasn't a bit more robust, it would have lasted longer.

    Well done, though! Derry's big on butterflies and moths too, and those crunchy damselflies! :-)

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  2. Yup, they can be a bit disappointing.

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  3. Iza that was very remarkable!

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  4. So are dragonflies! But, it was a very pretty one.

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  5. Nice catch! They really should manufacture those to be more durable, though, shouldn't they?

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  6. Stick to mousies Iza. Leave the pretty things alone.

    Megan
    Sydney, Australia

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  7. I know you're very proud of yourself for catching the butterfly, but they're good insects and you should just watch them, not eat them.

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  8. Aw, poor butterfly. Are you going to leave the wings there as a warning to other butterflies?

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  9. Mummy got rather upset about the poor flutterby. She likes flutterbies (or should that be - flutters-by?)

    She says they should be left alone - and so should ladybirds. But if we should happen to see a cockroach (which she devoutly hopes will NOT be found in Our House), she doesn't want to see it till We have dedded it.

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  10. MOL=we liked Sparkles comment!...Way to go, Iza=we are impressed with your hunting skills, beautiful girl!...Happy Belated Blogoversary, dear friends and wishing you all many, many more!...kisses...Calle, Halle, Sukki, Mommy Cat, Daddy Cat

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