Cocoon and Evolved Metallic Mechanitis Butterfly Chrysalis from Costa Rica
"What do I do for a living? I live for a living. When I moved out in the forest 35 years ago, people said "You can’t escape reality." I went TO reality. You’re living in a virtual reality. You don’t even know where your stuff comes from, don’t even know where your poop goes.
I live in nature where everything is connected, circular. The seasons are circular. The planet is circular…Do people live in circles today? No. They live in boxes. They wake up every morning in a box of their bedrooms because a box next to them started making beeping noises to tell them it was time to get up. They eat their breakfast out of a box and then they throw that box away into another box. Then they leave the box where they live and get into another box with wheels and drive to work, which is just another big box broken into little cubicle boxes where a bunch of people spend their days sitting and staring at the computer boxes in front of them. When the day is over, everyone gets into the box with wheels again and goes home to the house boxes and spends the evening staring at the television boxes for entertainment. They get their music from a box, they get their food from a box, they keep their clothing in a box, they live their lives in a box.”
This is awesome creature is the caterpillar form of Phylllodes imperialis, the Imperial Fruit Sucking Moth. The moth is found in parts of Australia and a few neighbouring island countries. The markings on its head that resemble a mask sporting giant eyes and a wonderfully freaky skeletal grin are used to frighten off potential predators.
Photos by plant.nerd
Winged Tapestries: Moths at Large, a special exhibition of oversized prints by Canadian artist Jim des Rivière
This is the Costa Rican variable harlequin toad (Atelopus varius), also known as the clown frog. Best comment: “Looks like the 90s threw up on him.” (via)
like most nudibranchs this species has no official common name. they can be found in tropical Indo-Western Pacific oceans. they grow up to 50mm in length and their body is black but their external organs are edged in a almost neon green like color. they are poisonous and get their poison from the stinging cells of fallen Cnidarians.
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