///CREATURE///<br>In their adult form, stealth butterflies possess a single black wing that never flutters and a long, spiral tongue tipped with a microphone. Rather than indulging in the succulence hidden within flowers, they tend to prefer the auditory nectars of the human voice. They travel from window to window in swarms, pressing their tessellated bellies against any surface that will resonate.
It is illegal for lepidopterists to own the corpses of stealth butterflies; their tiny, triangular bodies are filled with secrets too valuable to be pressed between panes of glass. If you find any, it's better to just leave them be- someone authorized will be along shortly to collect their remains