Origin of morpho
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Helicons came, and once a morpho, the latter a great rarity away from the interior of the woods.
It was in the woods at the Caracoles that I first saw the great morpho butterfly at home.
In this upper story was an image of Aphrodite Morpho fettered—a silly thing he thought it to fetter a cedar-wood doll.The Conflict of Religions in the Early Roman Empire|T. R. Glover
The largest specimens of Morpho Cisseis measure seven inches and a half in expanse.
In the broad alleys of the forest, several species of Morpho were common.