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With various formats and finishes, we propose a new section of frames, all prepared by hand with every detail and care. In this new category we will offer frames with Butterflies, Insects, Shells and marine animals, Fossils, Minerals and other interesting curious items.

The frames are a highly decorative proposal, with total protection of the specimens that will bring color, personality and attract curiosity to your home or office decor.


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Attacus atlas couple frame

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Attacus atlas or Atlas moth - a couple (male and female), from Thailand, in a black wood frame.

The Atlas moth is one of the largest lepidopterans, with a wingspan measuring up to 24 cm (9.4 in). As in most Lepidoptera, females are noticeably larger and heavier than males, while males have broader antennae. Both forewings have a prominent extension at the tip, with markings that resemble the head of a snake, a resemblance which is exaggerated by movements of the wings when the moth is confronted by potential predators.Their habitat is primarily dry tropical forests, secondary forests, and shrublands across South Asia, East Asia, and Southeast Asia, including Borneo.

Graphium androcles - Giant Swordtail frame

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Four Graphium androcles - Giant Swordtail, from Celebes - Indonesia, in a glass frame special composition.

This big size butterfly is very special with its black and white coloration make it one of the most beautiful butterflies, belonging to the family Papilionidae (swallowtails).

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.

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.

Caligo atreus frame

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Two Caligo atreus butterflies in a black wood glass frame.

Caligo atreus, the yellow-edged giant owl, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. The species can be found from Mexico to Peru.

The wingspan is 140–160 mm. The larvae feed on Musa and Heliconia species and can be a pest for banana cultivation. Adults feed on juices of rotting fruit. Adults are known for their relatively long lifespan compared to other butterflies. Up to 3-4+ months.

Adults are slow and often are attacked by birds. They defend from bird attacks closing the wings and looking like a Owl, from Colombia.

Papilio ulysses frame

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Beautiful white glass frame with a Papilio ulisses from Ceram - Moluccan Isl , a very exclusive species with it's bright contrast of black and deep blue.

Papilio ulysses popularly named Ulysses Butterfly, Blue Mountain Swallowtail, Mountain Blue or Blue Emperor, is a butterfly of the Papilionidae family and Papilioninae subfamily, found in the Australian biogeographic region and native to the Wallacea area and the island of Nova Guinea, Bismarck archipelago and northern Australia.

Gorgonocephalus - Astrospartus mediterraneus frame

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Gorgonocephalus - Astrospartus mediterraneus, a fantastic deep sea starfish, in a frame.

This one is taken from a deep of 90 meters of Capo Vado, Savona Italy. It is necessary a special technique to dry and to keep it in a perfect shape, turning it a highly decorative and curious species. Sometimes they are attached to sponges and deep water corals.

This species habits until deeps of 800-900 meters.

A One of a Kind handmade piece.

Papilio family frame

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A Papilio family frame, displaying:

Papilio maacki - from China

Papilio memnon - from Thailand

Papilio nireus - from Congo

Papilio delalandei - from Madagascar

Papilio lormieri - from Congo

Papilio antenor - from Madagascar

Beautiful set on a white wood frame.

Papilio antimachus frame

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Papilio antimachus in a white wood frame. The African giant swallowtail, is a butterfly in the family Papilionidae.

With a wingspan between 18 and 23 centimeters, it is the largest butterfly in Africa and among the largest butterflies in the world.

The wings are long and narrow and the ground color is orange brown with black markings. Papilio antimachus live in the tropical rainforests of west and central Africa. The distribution area stretches from Angola, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. The male is larger than the female and can be seen in groups at nectar. The females show themselves less, continually flying high above the tree tops.

The butterfly has no natural enemies because it is very toxic. This one came from Congo.

Thysania agrippina frame

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Thysania agrippina is a species of moth in the family Erebidae first described by Pieter Cramer in 1776.

The most commonly accepted English name is the "White witch". Thysania agrippina is a competitor for title of "largest insect". This may be true by the measure of wingspan—a Brazilian specimen with a wingspan of almost 30 cm (12 in) appears to hold the record.  The "White witch" occurs from Uruguay to Mexico. One story of the derivation of the common name: early naturalists collected specimens of birds and bats with shotguns. An enormous darting flyer high in the canopy was a tempting target. Firing a cloud of pellets at a "White witch" moth did not necessarily bring it down, however, because the body is small relative to the wing area.

Very hard to find nowadays this perfectly beautiful specimen from Peru.

One of a kind handmade piece.

Papilio antimachus frame

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Papilio antimachus in a white wood frame.

Two specimen, one each side, showing the interior and the back of their magnificent wings. The African giant swallowtail, is a butterfly in the family Papilionidae. With a wingspan between 18 and 23 centimetres, it is the largest butterfly in Africa and among the largest butterflies in the world.

The wings are long and narrow and the ground color is orange brown with black markings. Papilio antimachus live in the tropical rainforests of west and central Africa. The distribution area stretches from Angola, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. The male is larger than the female and can be seen in groups at nectar. The females show themselves less, continually flying high above the tree tops.

The butterfly has no natural enemies because it is very toxic. This one came from Congo.

Attacus atlas frame

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Attacus atlas, the Atlas moth, is a large saturniidae moth endemic to the forests of Asia. One of the largest lepidopterans, with a wingspan measuring up to 24 cm (9.4 in).

This beautiful species came from Thailand.

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.

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.

Polished ornamental stones frame

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A group of beautifully cutted and polished stones in a white wood glass frame, featuring one of each :

Oval cabuchon of Blood Jasper from India with 98,45 ct.

Pear cabuchon of Malachite from Congo with 96 ct.

Oval cabuchon od Lapis Lazuli from Afghanistan with 69,9 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Green Moss Agate from Madagascar with 39,8 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Azurite from USA with 45,8 ct.

Squared cabuchon of Mokaite Jasper from India with 40,5 ct.

Double pointed cabuchon of Labradorite from Madagascar with 60,65 ct.

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.

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.

Papilio antenor frame

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A Papilio antenor in a white wood glass frame.

The Madagascar giant swallowtail, is a butterfly from the family Papilionidae. As the common name implies, it's large (12– to 14-cm wingspan) and endemic to Madagascar. It is the only species in the genus Pharmacophagus.

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.

Charaxes brutus and Charaxes candiope frame

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A beautiful glass frame with 3 speciemen of each of Charaxes brutus and C. candiope showing both sides of the wings.

Charaxes brutus, the White-barred Emperor or White-barred Charaxes, both butterfly in the family Nymphalidae.

Charaxes candiope, the Green-veined Emperor or Green-veined charaxes are very territorial and according to the Guinness World Records is the most aggressive butterfly in existence.

Charaxes with closed wings usually have incredible patterns and colours.

Polished ornamental stones frame

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A group of beautifully cutted and polished stones in a white wood glass frame, featuring one of each :

Oval cabuchon of Blood Jasper from India with 120,33 ct.

Oval cabuchon od Spotted Jasper from USA with 30,8 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Zoisite from Kenya with 29,3 ct.

Square cabuchon of Agate from India with 106,9 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Moss Agate from Africa with 58,4 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Yellow Jasper from Africa with 50,75 ct.

Oval cabuchon of picasso Jasper from Africa with 70,95 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Sugilite from India with 60 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Lapis Lazuli from Afghanistan with 102 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Chalcedony from India with 74,25 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Labradorite from Madagascar with 108,25 ct.

Oval cabuchon of Mokaite Jasper from India with 80,35 ct

Oval cabuchon of Azurite from Africa with 51,35 ct.

One of a kind piece.