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Butterfly Youth T-Shirt featuring the photograph Malachite Butterfly by Tim Abeln

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Malachite Butterfly Youth T-Shirt

Tim Abeln

by Tim Abeln

$29.00

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Charcoal

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Product Details

Our youth t-shirts are made from 100% pre-shrunk cotton and are available in five different sizes.   All youth t-shirts are machine washable.

Design Details

Siproeta stelenes (malachite) is a neotropical brush-footed butterfly (family Nymphalidae). The malachite has large wings that are black and... more

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Malachite Butterfly Photograph by Tim Abeln

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Malachite Butterfly Canvas Print

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Malachite Butterfly Framed Print

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Malachite Butterfly Art Print

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Malachite Butterfly Poster

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Malachite Butterfly Metal Print

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Malachite Butterfly Wood Print

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Malachite Butterfly Greeting Card

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Malachite Butterfly iPhone Case

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Malachite Butterfly Throw Pillow

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Malachite Butterfly Duvet Cover

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Malachite Butterfly Shower Curtain

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Malachite Butterfly Tote Bag

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Malachite Butterfly Round Beach Towel

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Malachite Butterfly Carry-all Pouch

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Malachite Butterfly Beach Towel

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Malachite Butterfly Weekender Tote Bag

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Malachite Butterfly Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

Malachite Butterfly Bath Towel

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Malachite Butterfly Coffee Mug

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Malachite Butterfly Yoga Mat

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Comments (9)

Todd Dunham

Todd Dunham

Such a great image Tim, beautiful work !!!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Todd!

Dee Winslow

Dee Winslow

There are so many beautiful butterflies in the world.. I love to call them Flutterby's because that's what they do!! :) The colors on this one are so pretty.. the green is so vibrant! L/F :)

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you very much Dee!

Anita Faye

Anita Faye

Tim, spectacular Malachite! Featured on Groovy Butterflies! https://fineartamerica.com/groups/groovy-butterflies.html

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Anita!

Cindy Treger

Cindy Treger

Tim, beautiful capture. f/l

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Cindy!

Lori Lafevers

Lori Lafevers

What a gorgeous image Tim! I imagine capturing this beautiful photo,was like finding a pot of gold..lovely

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Lori!

Angela Davies

Angela Davies

So pretty, LF

Tim Abeln replied:

Thank you Angela!

Janet Marie

Janet Marie

Tim, I love the colors in this particular butterfly, so very beautiful! She must be looking for the right leaf to lay her eggs. Butterflies are very particular!! Fabulous photography of butterflies!! A joy to my heart!! 💕And favorite Janet

Kathy Knopp

Kathy Knopp

I love butterflies!

Tim Abeln replied:

Thanks Kathy! You may want to check out the other images in my gallery then, I posted a lot of butterflies lately! :)

Artist's Description

Siproeta stelenes (malachite) is a neotropical brush-footed butterfly (family Nymphalidae). The malachite has large wings that are black and brilliant green or yellow-green on the upperside and light brown and olive green on the underside. It is named for the mineral malachite, which is similar in color to the bright green on the butterfly's wings. Typically, the wingspread is between 8.5 and 10 cm (3.3 and 3.9 in). The malachite is found throughout Central and northern South America, where it is one of the most common butterfly species. Adults feed on flower nectar, rotting fruit, dead animals, and bat dung. Females lay eggs on the new leaves of plants in the family Acanthaceae, especially ruellia. The larvae are horned, spiny, black caterpillars with red markings. Malachites often are confused with Philaethria dido. They have similar coloration, but their wing shapes are different.

About Tim Abeln

Tim Abeln

Hi and welcome to my gallery! My name is Tim and I am a self-taught photographer from Arnhem, the Netherlands. The enthousiasm for photography was inspired by my mother. With her camera (and a few tips from her photography friends) I just went out and started making photos. I watched tons of YouTube videos, read articles and book, talked to other photographers and that is what I continu doing, learning something new with every shot. Pretty soon I found that I started seeing the world in a different way, started noticing things I never noticed before. Lights, shadows, compositions, colors, animals in the forest, majestic landscapes and the tiniest detail in beautiful flowers. The love for photography is not in pressing a shutter...

 

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