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The Funky Bugs of San Francisco

Published on NewsOK Published: November 6, 2012
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Let's move on the the Buckeye Butterfly. The Buckeye Butterfly's wings come printed with a psychedelic eye motif. In fact, such an eye motif would make a gloriously confusing and deliberately hallucinatory wallpaper print or custom paint job. Cool.

 

Our last crazy critter is the Spotted Cucumber Beetle. Although he looks sharp, he's actually an invasive, crop-eating pest. Let's focus on his fashion statement, though. His electric yellow-green shell, conceptually, reminds me of the kind of leopard print and creepers that hipsters in the Mission wear. Am I right?

Chaya Kurtz edits Networx.com.

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