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Welcome Swallow Gallery

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Choose from 821 pictures in our Welcome Swallow collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult Featured Welcome Swallow Print

Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult

USH-3625
Swallow - young birds, begging for food from adult
Lower Saxony, Germany
Hirundo rustica
Duncan Usher
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Duncan Usher/ardea.com

Adult And Young, Beak Open, Begging, Behaviour, Bird, Calling, Communication, Europe, European, Flight, Flying, Germany, Mother, Mother And Young, Mouth Open, Swallow, Swallows, Wild Life, Young

Butterflies, Swallow tail butterfly and Black veined brown, Skippers Featured Welcome Swallow Print

Butterflies, Swallow tail butterfly and Black veined brown, Skippers

Vintage engraving of Butterflies. 1. Swallow tail, 12. Black veined Brown, 63. Duke of Burgundy, 64. Grizzled skipper, 65. Dingy skipper, 66. Small Skipper, 67. Essex skipper, 68. Lulworth Skipper, 69. Large skipper, 70. Pearl skipper, 71. Chequered skipper. Our Country's Butterflies and Moths and how to Know Them: A Guide to the Lepidoptera of Great Britain

© of Duncan P Walker

Insect Mimicry, lithograph, published in 1897 Featured Welcome Swallow Print

Insect Mimicry, lithograph, published in 1897

Mimicry of insects: 1-12 Imitation of green and withered leaves, twigs, and bark; 13-19) Imitation of inedible beetles and butterflies; 20-27) Imitation of dreaded insects (bees, wasps, ants) by those of other species; 28-30) Imitation of rotten objects. 1-2) Anaea phantes; 3) Anaea opalina; 4) Orange oakleaf (Kallima inachus); 5-8) Pterochroza colorata; erosa; cristata, arrosa; 9a-9b) Chrysalis (Papilio evander) - Imitation of a broken branch; 10) Caterpillar of Swallow-tailed moth (Ourapteryx sambucaria); 11) French stick insect (Clonopsis gallica); 12) Smooth tree bug (Phloea corticata); 13 Female Danaid Eggfly (Hypolimnas misippus); 14) Nymphalidae Hypolimnas Misippus (female); 15) Nymphalidae Hypolimnas Missipus (male); 16) Rhagium bifasciatum; 17) Tropidosoma Spencii; 18) Batus barbicornis; 19) tiger bug mimic (Correbia lycoides); 20-21) Brazilian butterflies (Pseudosphinx species) which mimic Ichneumonidae and wasps; 22) Mexican longhorn beetle (Charis species) which imitates a bee; 23) Hoverfly (Sericomyia silentis); 24) Drone fly (Eristalis tenax); 25) Sphiximorpha subsessilis; 26) Ctenostoma unifasciatum; 27) Myrmecoris gracilis; 28a-28b) Cocoon of Aides amanda (South America moth); 29) Tortrix moth (Tortrix ocellaria) imitates bird droppings on a leaf; 30) Desmiphora fasciculata imitates a woolly bear caterpillar. Lithograph, published in 1897