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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Lecture: On the Nature of Butter
    • play of butterfly wings, he does not stop to query the origin of this
    • manifold many-coloured fluttering of butterflies moving so freely.
    • experimenting along the lines of butterfly flight has never been
    • on a large scale base its experiments on the butterfly flight. But
    • am going to point out something regarding butterflies which does not
    • butterfly does not start life as such, but evolves by means of a very
    • approaches the time is now ripe for the butterfly to lay an egg. Thus
    • the starting point of the butterfly is the laying of an egg. It is not a
    • butterfly that comes out of this egg. What emerges from this egg is not
    • an ordinary butterfly — the swallow-tail, for instance, which
    • part of it and the butterfly emerges.
    • the butterfly exists as such, four things are required. First of all the
    • actual butterfly. The egg is laid in some place. The caterpillar crawls
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • flutters forth into the air. It can then lay another egg and the same
    • and chrysalis live, and finally how the butterfly lives. If the egg is
    • present. For this reason the butterfly's instinct must lead it to lay
    • nothing happens. What I am telling you in regard to butterflies applies
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  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture III
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    • with its eyes in the way man does. This of course is utter nonsense.
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IV
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    • speaks in a very reasonable way. One observes her utterances if only one
  • Title: Nine Lectures on Bees: Lecture IX
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    • which, fluttering about, approaches the plants and what is to be
    • always some formic acid present, because the insects flutter through
    • hover above them. Below is the oxalic acid; the insects flutter towards

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