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Desktop Icons Set Morpho by Adrian Melsha
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May 20th, 2004

Well what is there to say to a set like this one, only that it is unlike any put together to date.

The Morphidae family of Butterflies are the most beautiful, saught after, and rarest of all the butterfly families, and on the trading markets, by far the most expensive. There are 80 species in the Morphidae family, and I have included 40 here, just to verify thier rarity.

The Most popular of these include the Didius, Menelaus (of which there are a few different kinds), and the Rhetenor (also many variations of this butterfly).

Most butterflies of this family can be found in South America (namely Brasil and Peru), although a few species can be found in Central America and Japan in very very few numbers, as well as a few other parts of the world in which some become extinct without ever having been discovered, as so happens very often in the insect world. 2 New spieces of Morpho have been disovered in recent months and I am sorry to say I have not been able to include either of them here.

I hope all butterfly fans enjoy this set, and if anyone has any special requests for sets of Butterfly families, by all means email me I will do my best.

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