Gift tags – NZ Flora and Fauna

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Easy to write surface.
Printed on environmentally sustainable stock.

Putaputaweta (Carpodetus serratus) means "many wetas" and alludes to wetas living in the holes left by Puriri moth larvae. The name "Bucket-of-water tree" was also used as the freshly cut timbers were so sappy and would not burn easily.

Pepe Para Riki (Boulder Copper) butterfly is found in a wide variety of habitats including grassland, shingle and sand dunes. When flying, they stay close to the ground and are only active in bright sunny conditions.

Tussock butterfly (Argyrophenga antipodum) hide deep into grass tussocks. The undersides of their hindwings allow them awesome camouflage among the stems and grass blades.

Designed and printed in Wellington, New Zealand.
This illustration has been created by Helene Hall (me).
Copyright is not transferable with the sale of this item. The buyer is not entitled to reproduction rights.
© Helene Hall.

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