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This rare butterfly is found in the lowland forests of northern Papua New Guinea (east of the Owen Stanley Mountains). And one of Taylor's tagging experiments had a surprising outcome. Astrologers associate Cancer with pregnancy, imprisonment, baptism, and rebirth and the awakening of the consciousness. There are step by step project instructions here. Carrion-feeding has evolved independently in several lineages. The mourning cloak is found in riparian forests in Europe, North America, and temperate areas in Asia.

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Publisher: Waterford Press; 1st edition (September 15, 2007)

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