Photos: White oleanders in Italy

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Oleanders (Nerium oleander) are known for their toxicity, but some insects do feed on them. For the common crow butterfly, the ingested toxins make them unplatable to predators such as birds.

These flowers were photographed in Ventimiglia, Italy.

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