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This is a strange one Birdy and I remember seeing one like it many years ago too. :)I did a search for the citrus or Lemon swallowtail - I see the top part of the wings looks like ours except for that red spot on it but the underside of the wings is very different in colouration. They are both very beautiful though.Just LOVE the damselfly post. You have once again captured some brilliant pictures of it.
Thanks Joan for being here on my blog. Always love to hear from professional people like you. Not only the butterflies are different, but there is also a difference between the caterpillars.
A mutant tomato - well spotted - sometimes fruit and vegetables grow appendages. Cool pictures!
Thanks Zane for the feedback. Sometimes these appendages look very interesting and funny.
Funny tomato, indeed! I have also come across something like that before but never thought of photography.... A fun post!You damselfly images are spectacular. I don't think I've seen this kind here. I haven't photographed many of them this year. I'll be on the lookout...Stunning!
How cute, looks like a tomato snail.
What a wierd tomato it looks a little like a snail great find Birdy :)
Weird indeed, great find. Even weirder is that the tomato seems to float in the first picture, a great optical illusion. Great idea for a picture on a great blog.
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