TITLE

Rings and Wings

PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
Rain Forests: Tropical Treasures;2005, p63
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on making a life-sized morpho butterfly to wear on one's finger. In the rain forests of Central and South America huge, shiny blue butterflies called morphos gracefully flutter, as though in slow motion, through the dim forest understory. Kids can make their own life-sized morphos. They need to color the morpho pattern bright blue and then cut it out. They should color the undersides of the wings brown and the underside of the body black. They should fold the butterfly in half along the body and match the wings together.
ACCESSION #
16219663

 

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