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Another idyllic location that can be found at The Butterfly Field is The Grand Allee , a lane lined by trees that leads to a charming dovecote. This venue is available for couples to reserve their ceremonies, cocktail hours, receptions, and wedding rehearsals. Services Offered.
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The administration team at The Butterfly Field takes pride in their facilities and works to assist each couple in achieving unforgettable wedding experiences. The Butterfly Field Services.
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Subscribe Search My Account Login. We are sensitive to red, green and blue. By comparing how much we detect of each, known as the opponent process, humans can see colours across the visible spectrum. The butterfly on the other hand can see in some visible colours, but can also detect ultraviolet radiation.
This opens up a private channel of butterfly communication denied to humans, our vision ends at violet! As sunlight reflects from the wings, the butterfly can also view different colours at different angles, a phenomena known as iridescence.