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The Nymphalidae Systematics Group studies the phylogenetic relationships of taxa in the butterfly family Nymphalidae as well as other families of Lepidoptera, using mainly molecular methods. We are interested in where, when and how the major groups of Lepidoptera have diverged from each other.
The Nymphalidea pattern has been re-written (english version) with added information to help knitters create their one-of-a-kind shawl. The pattern now incorporates both the original instructions published on Knitty in their Deep Fall 2013 issue, instructions for an updated shape popular by many knitters who have made their own version of Nymphalidea and tips on using color, making your own alterations and a step-by-step blocking photo tutorial. The original free version of Nymphalidea will always be available on Knitty!
Vanessa cardui is a well-known colourful butterfly , known as the painted lady , or in North America as the cosmopolitan . This butterfly has a strange pattern of flying in a sort of screw shape.
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A morpho butterfly is one of over 29 accepted species and 147 accepted subspecies of butterflies in the genus Morpho . They are neotropical butterflies found mostly in South America , Mexico , and Central America .  Morphos range in wingspan from the 7.5-cm (3-in) M. rhodopteron to the imposing 20-cm (8-in) sunset morpho , M. hecuba . The name morpho, meaning changed or modified, is also an epithet of Aphrodite and Venus .
Nymphalidea is named for one of the largest families of butterflies, with varieties found in every corner of the world. With the mesh edging and solid welts separating each wedge, this design reminds me of delicate veined butterfly wings. It was designed for use with long gradient self-striping yarns paired up with a contrasting solid or semi-solid, so each wedge becomes individual of those before and after and unique like the wings of a butterfly.