sciencefriday:

This week’s Picture of the Week is the Io moth, the symbol of National Moth Week.

As a caterpillar, it is covered in poisonous spikes. When it’s matured, the moth doesn’t feed at all, surviving solely on energy during its brief life. Learn more here.

sublim-ature:

Reed Lakes, AlaskaBanan Tarr

sublim-ature:

Reed Lakes, Alaska
Banan Tarr

mszombi:

max-and-star-anise:

Anime North day 2

Coordinate rundown:
Dress: Leif
Bonnet: Alice and the Pirates
Necklace and bracelets: Aldo
Blouse, shoes and bag: secondhand

Notes: I know I say I love all my coordinates, But I really, really love this one! I got the shoes secondhand and was looking for a matching dress for so long! I feel like a queen in this outfit, and I think I have the sass to match!

*Photos taken by Colin Cummings

You look stunning <3

bvddhist:

Organic ☼ // Spiritual ☯ // Hippie ☮
Live in such a way that if someone spoke badly of you, no one would believe it.

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astronomy-to-zoology:

Maiden’s Blush (Cyclophora punctaria)

…a species of Geometer Moth (Geometridae) which is distributed throughout Europe. Maiden’s blush caterpillars are associated with oak trees and feed almost exclusively on oak leaves. Adult maiden’s blush typically fly from May to June and in western Europe into August. 

Classification

Animalia-Arthropoda-Insecta-Lepidoptera-Geometroidea-Geometridae-Cyclophora-C. puncataria

Image: Svdmolen

drjrjackson:

Path to adventure

drjrjackson:

Path to adventure

rimbaudwasademonchild:

Patti Smith and Sam Shepard photographed by Judy Linn
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