There is nothing like a bit of tautology to confuse me after the blank week last week on 'mammals in the sea'. I thought that I would have a second blank week until I realised that insects are invertebrates and this would permit me to post -
|Great Britain - Anax imperator, 12 March 1985|
It was only a short flight for a Emperor Dragonfly to pal up with a butterfly from the United States.
|USA - Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, 1 June 2015|
Those black stripes on the upper wings give it the 'Tiger' name.
I had to travel to the South Atlantic and the Caribbean Sea to find marine life on the Belize Coral Reef -
|Belize - Red Cushion Star, 27 Feb 1984 (-1988)|
Oreaster reticulatus can grow up to 50cm (20") in diameter. Most have five arms like the one on the stamp but some may have six or seven.
For more invertebrates follow the link at Sunday Stamps II - 71