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Encyclopedia > Butterfly net

A butterfly net is one of several kinds of nets used to collect insects. The entire bag of the net is generally constructed from a lightweight mesh to minimize damage to delicate butterfly wings. Other types of nets used in insect collecting include beat nets and sweep nets. Orders See taxonomy Insects (Class Insecta) are a major group of arthropods and the most diverse group of animals on the Earth, with over a million described species — more than all other animal groups combined [1]. Insects may be found in nearly all environments on the planet, although only a... Look up net in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Insect collection is historically a widespread, essential predecessor of scientific entomology and at the same time the formerly (up to the 2nd world war) popular educational hobby of collecting insects, that has left traces namely in European cultural history, literature and songs (e. ...


It is seen in the Zelda series that the main character, Link, often uses a butterfly net in order to capture faeries and bees.


Sweep nets can be used to catch orgasms


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JAKUB JASINSKI ON BUTTERFLY PHOTOGRAPHY (1732 words)
Butterflies are some of the most widely known and easily recognizable animals in the world, but few have seen these creatures though a macro lens.
Photos of refrigerated fruit eating butterflies on beautiful flowers, a place where it normally would not be found, may result from this technique.
In an indoor aviary there are so many butterflies that you may choose a flower, angle, and background and wait for the subject to land in front of your lens.
Monarch Watch : Migration & Tagging : Tagging Monarchs (1274 words)
Some adults and teachers found that if they held the butterfly, the children were actually more adept at applying the tags than they were and we've even had reports of 4 year olds helping by learning how to identify the "boy and girl" butterflies.
The net should be at least 24 inches deep, allowing you to trap the butterfly in the deep end of the net without harming it.
Be sure to keep the butterflies in envelopes out of the sun before you refrigerate them and to keep the butterfly from drying out and dying, place a damp paper towel in the container.
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