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Works on Paper - Marian Ellis (Ellis) Rowan - Australian Art Auction Records

Animal Illustrations, Rowan, Carnival, Moth Wings, Butterflies, Taxidermy, Bugs, Beetles, Beautiful Creatures

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The Rice Paper Butterfly is commonly raised in sanctuaries around the world. Their bodies contain toxins, which are advertised by their bright white and yellow wings. The unpalatable qualities detour.

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Marian Ellis (Ellis) Rowan Australia: One Hundred and Fifty-Eight Medium-and Small-Sized Moths, in Seven Columns - watercolour with bodycolour on grey paper

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thebutterflybabe: “ The Luna Moth has no mouth and does not eat or drink, only living one week as an adult. Females lay up to 200 eggs. There has been concern that light pollution from man-made sources, like street lights, may deter silk moths from.

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thebutterflybabe: “ The blue morpho butterfly shows off its brightly colored wings when in flight. But at rest, with closed wings, the butterfly reveals a dull brown color that helps the animal blend in with its surroundings.

Marian Ellis Rowan (Australian, 1848 - Thirty-Three Butterflies, in Four Columns, Belonging to the Papilionidae

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A study of moths characteristic of Indo-Australia. Watercolour with bodycolour on grey paper. Sixty-seven moths, arrange.

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Twenty-four moths, in three columns, mostly belonging to the family Noctuidae by Marian Ellen Rowan from Private collection

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