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Pattern,Fashion,Nature,Decoration,Black,Wings,Tattoo,White,Curve,Ornamental,Antique,Insect,Ornate,Baroque,Clip art,Wing,Calligraphy,Detail,Deco,Curl,Accent,Antenna

This vector contains the following main colors: Mine Shaft,White,Black,Celeste,Ironside Gray
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Pattern wiki:
[he martial arts related meaning of Pattern see Tae Kwon Do and Kata (Karate).A pattern is a form, template, or model (or, more abstractly, a set of rules) which can be used to make or to generate things or parts of a thing, especially if the things that are generated have enough in common for the underlying pattern to be inferred or discerned, in which case the things are said to exhibit the pattern. Pattern matching is the act of checking for the presence of the constituents of a pattern. The detection of underlying patterns is called pattern recognition. See more at]

butterfly wiki:
>For other uses, see Butterfly (disambiguation). Superfamily Hesperioidea:HesperiidaeSuperfamily Papilionoidea:PapilionidaePieridaeNymphalidaeLycaenidaeRiodinidae A butterfly is a flying insect of the order Lepidoptera belonging to one of the superfamilies Hesperioidea (the skippers) and Papilionoidea (all other butterflies). Some authors would include also members of the superfamily Hedyloidea, the American butterfly moths. Many butterflies have striking colours and patterns on their wings. When touched by humans they tend to lose small numbers of scales, that look like a fine powder. If they lose too many scales the butterfly's ability to fly will be impaired. People who study or collect butterflies (or the closely related moths) are called lepidopterists. Butterfly watching is growing in popularity as a hobby. See more at

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