Aymara Oval Peacock Butterfly Cufflinks are recognized by their gorgeous calico pattern on the upper sides, a series of small eye-spots on the hind wings, and a distinct kidney-shaped design on the fore and hind wings. The wings are smooth black and brown with a blue sheen and a pattern of bright blue spots. They also have a feature ground color that is grayish, and the pattern acts as an extremely effective camouflage against the bark of trees. Because the colors and textures of Hamadryas Feronia butterflies vary, each cufflink is one of a kind and will add natural and subtle color to your suit jacket. They habitually bask on tree trunks waiting for potential mates and are active from sunrise to sunset. While they are rarely seen away from tree trunks, you may occasionally catch one basking on rock faces or tree foliage. The Amazon Animal Orphanage is situated near the confluence of the Nanay and Amazon rivers, where visitors to Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm in Iquitos, Peru are able to see the complete life cycle, and learn about the impressive development of butterflies.
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