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The universe of insects is extraordinary, but unfortunately little known by most. For some people they are chilling, for others incredible!

At One of a Kind Shop we try to offer you the most exotic, incredible and beautiful specimens. Most of them come from artificially farms, which is an important way to keep specimens in balance in the wild.

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Cicadas dome

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One of a Kind glass dome with ten Cicadas from Thailand.

From the top displayed:

One Ayuthia spectabile

Two Becquartina electa

One Salvazana mirabilis

Two Gaeana festiva - light colour form

One Salvazana imperialis

Two Gaeana festiva - dark colour form

One Pomponia intermedia

Amazing elusive specimen in a handmade glass dome with dark handmade brass support.

Pyrops candelaria vitrine

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Five specimen of Pyrops candelaria displayed in a glass vitrine, from Thailand.

This beautiful and very peculiar species are not a butterfly, they belong to the Cicada group - its long proboscis make it unforgetable, and they use it to feed from the plant sap: including longan and lychee trees (Sapindaceae), among others.

Its long, slender proboscis is used to pierce tree bark to reach the phloem.

One of a kind handmade piece!

Fulgora laternalia - Alligator Bug frame

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Fulgora laternalia - is a planthopper known by a large variety of common names, among them lantern fly, peanut bug, peanut-headed lanternfly, alligator bug, jequitiranaboia, machaca, chicharra-machacuy, and cocoposa.

This insect has a protuberance at its head as long as 10–15 millimeters (0.39–0.59 in), looking like a peanut and showing false eyes to resemble a lizard or a serpent. The insect was originally - and mistakenly - believed to be luminescent. When attacked, it protects itself by displaying large, yellow, fake eyes on its hind wings to frighten the aggressor, and releases a foul-smelling substance. The white powder present in the body is secret by the insect itself.

Two specimen from Peru, mounted in a green lacquered wood frame.

Super Bugs vitrine

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A superb glass vitrine with two of each of the following outstanding and very colorful rare Coleoptera.

Euchroma gigantea from Peru, Lampropeplarotschildii from Madagascar, Chrysochroa mniszechii and Chrysochroa mniszechii rugicollis from Thailand.

Very uncommon this beauty decor piece.

Goliathus goliathus dome

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Fantastic beetle, in the group of the biggest Coleoptera, from Congo.

A big size species in a metal glass dome.

Before this specimen was very difficult to get, nowadays they are usually kept in captive breedings.

Goliathus orientalis dome

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Goliathus orientalis in a glass dome.

Goliathus supports a complex and variable pattern of white spots surrounded by a black border.

They live only in sandy areas with thick trees.

Our specimens come from a breeding in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Dynastes hercules dome

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A huge Dynastes hercules, the Hercules beetle in a glass dome.

Dynastes hercules is known for its tremendous strength and is named after Hercules: a hero of classical mythology who is famed for his great strength.

Dynastes hercules is a species of rhinoceros beetle native to the rainforests of Central America, South America, and the Lesser Antilles. It is the longest extant species of beetle in the world, and is also one of the largest flying insects.

This is a giant one with over 130mm and came from the rainforest of Colombia.

Titanacris albipes dome

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Titanacris albipes is a species of grasshopper in the family Romaleidae, they can jump big distance and are one of the biggest grasshoppers species, their violet wings make them a beautiful species.

From French Guiana, a one of a kind glass dome.

Phyllium celebicum - Leaf insect vitrine

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3 specimen of the elusive Phyllium celebicum commonly named Leaf insect.

Phylliidae comprise the true leaf insects. While most phasmatodeans exhibit an elongated and slender body form to camouflage perfectly in the foliage, among branches or on bark, leaf insects mastered the imitation of angiosperm leaves. These one's came from a breeding farm in Thailand.

Mecynorhina torquata and Mecynorhina ugandensis...

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A beautiful glass vitrine with a male and female of Mecynorhina torquata, is among the largest flower beetles in the world, only surpassed by the goliath beetles.It reaches about 55–85 millimetres (2.2–3.3 in) of length in the males, while the females are slightly smaller, reaching about 50–60 millimetres (2.0–2.4 in) of length.

Also a male and female of Mecynorhina ugandensis that differs from the torquata in the colour more brown and slightly bigger. These beetles are native to tropical Africa, especially in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Cameroon and Uganda. In this case they came from Uganda.

Thai Black Cyriopagopus minax frame

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Cyriopagopus minax known as Thailand black is a medium sized Tarantula.

It is a very fast and aggressive spider, and females are bigger and more dangerous! Even during mating, males are too afraid to simply approach a female and mate with her. Males take it pretty slow, attempting to distract the female with large slapping action from their front pair of legs.

They live in Thailand and Myanmar.

Cicadas squared glass box

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A superb glass dome with 7 Cicadas from Thailand, one Pomponia intermedia and two of each Salvazana imperialis, Tosena splendida and Ayuthia spectabile.

Amazing exclusive specimen in a beautiful squared glass box with black lacquered wooden base, displayed to enjoy their colors and natural textures.

Giant Centipede Frame

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Scolopendra subspinipes is a species of very large centipede found throughout eastern Asia.

It is also found on virtually all land areas around and within the Indian Ocean, all of tropical and subtropical Asia from Russia to the islands of Malaysia and Indonesia, Australia, South and Central America, possibly parts of the southern United States, but how much of this range is natural and how much due to human introduction is unclear.

It is among the largest centipedes with a maximum length of 20 cm, this particular specimen is more than 20 cm! This centipede is an active, aggressive predator that preys on any animal it can overpower. It has been reported as apparent cause of human death.

This one came from Thailand, mounted in a black wood frame.

Violin Insects Mormolyce frame

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A glass frame with 3 different species of Mormolyce insects.

Mormolyce castelnaudi, Mormolyce hagenbachi and Mormolyce phyllodes. Due their peculiar shape they are known as Violin insects. They all came from Malaysia, where they live in rain forest.

Both adults and larvae are predators, feeding on insect larvae. For defense purposes, they secrete the poisonous butyric acid the eject and cause paralysis, even in humans.

Neocerambyx gigas dome

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A great pair of Neocerambyx gigas (Thomson, 1878), male and female, from Thailand.

From Cerambycidae family, these uncommon species are very much appreciated by collectors.

Gold and silver reflections and the very long antlers in the male.

Perfect exemplars of this specimen, in a wood base glass dome. 

Five Coleoptera frame

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A beautiful group of Coleoptera framed in a lacquered black wood frame.

From up left to right we have Paraleprodera festiva from Thailand, Pavieia superba from Thailand, in the middle Xystrocera festiva from Thailand, Polybothris sumptuosa gemma from Madagascar and Lampropepla rothschildi from Madagascar.

A One of Kind piece of uncommom insects in very high quality specimen.

Acrocinus longimanus, Harlequin beetle

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Acrocinus longimanus, Harlequin beetle, is an insect of the order Coleoptera and the Cerambycidae family.

A beetle whose habitat is the tropical forests of the neotropical region, from southern Mexico to Brazil and northern Argentina, including the Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago.

Displayed in a black wood frame, from Satipo - Perú.

Phymateus Saxosus

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Phymateus Saxosus - Red grasshopper in a handmade glass dome.

It is a toxic insect due to eat a poisonous plant.

This is one of the most beautiful insect, endemic from Madagascar.

Heteropterix dilatata frame

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Superb Heteropterix dilatata from Malaysia in a black wood frame.

Heteropteryx dilatata is the only described species and gives its name to the family of the Heteropterygidae. Their only species may be known as Jungle nymph, Malaysian stick insect or Malayan wood nymph and because of their size it is commonly kept in zoological institutions and private terrariums of insect lovers. It originates in Malay Archipelago, more precisely on the Malay Peninsula and Borneo and is nocturnal.

Flata rubra dome

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Flata rubra is not a butterfly is a Flatidae, the only species of this peculiar family, from Thailand.

Seven specimen in a glass dome, the contrasted colors are beautiful, however is very difficult to prepare these species due to the delicate bodies and wings.

A unique chance to get this amazing One of a Kind piece.