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Morpho didius and Papilio ulysses vitrine
An outstanding glass vitrine composed by 7 Morpho didius from Peru and 4 Papilio ulysses, from Indonesia.
The result is an incredible explosion of blue metallic colors changing and shinning from any different position.
A One of a Kind piece!
Dimensions: 63,5 cm x 30 cm
Weight: 12,2 Kg
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African death's-head hawkmoth glass dome, with two Acherontia atropos, known as the death's-head Hawkmoth.
These much sought after specimen came from South Italy and have sharp skull image in the dorsum.
With vibrant yellow color and black contrasts, displayed to see its beauty in any room decoration!
Papilio ulysses glass dome, from Ceram, Indonesia.
Papilio ulysses, the blue Emperor butterfly is one of the most elusive butterfly species because of its beauty and size.
Glass dome with four Morpho didius butterflies from Peru, one of the most iconic butterfly.
With the intense metallic blue color, the giant blue Morpho, is a Neotropical butterfly belonging to the subfamily Morphinae of family Nymphalidae.
One of a kind piece!
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.
Brahmaea jersey glass vitrine with lacquered wood base.
Very special moth, with fascinating patterns and colors from both sides, from Thailand.
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.
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.
A pair of deep yellow Phoebis philae, showing the two sides of the butterfly. Member of the Pieridae family these ones came from Colombia.
Beautiful piece mounted in a lacquered black wood frame.
Rohanella pigmaea in a glass vitrine with black lacquered wooden base.
Three specimen of this very rare species of moth, with beautiful orange and pink colors, from Iringa - Tanzania.
3 Hebomoia glaucippe, mounted in a lacquered black wood frame, from Thailand.
The great orange-tip is a butterfly belonging to the family Pieridae, a beautiful butterfly when with wings closed the pattern looks like a leaf.
In the wings of Hebomoia glaucippe is present glacontryphan-M, a peptide toxin belonging to the family contryphan that are active constituents of the poisonous venom produced by cone snail (genus Conus). In H. glaucippe this toxin should function as a defence against predators.
Great Morpho peleides, Prepona dexamenes and demorphon Glass dome.
Great decor piece in a special handmade glass dome comprising:
Four Morpho peleides from Colombia
Two Prepona dexamenes
Two Prepona demorphon from Perú
One of a kind handmade piece.
Pharmacophagus antenor, the giant swallowtail, is a butterfly from the family Papilionidae.
As the common name implies, it is large (12 to 14cm wingspan) and endemic to Madagascar.
It is the only species in the afro-tropical genus Pharmacophagus.
Glass dome with specimen of great beauty, for your home decoration!
Glass dome with three Graphium sarpedon butterflies.
Graphium sarpedon, the common bluebottle or blue triangle in Australia, is a species of swallowtail butterfly that is found in South and Southeast Asia, as well as eastern Australia. These ones came from Indonesia.
Glass dome with 3 Charaxes subornatus, the ornate green Charaxes is a beautiful little butterfly in the family Nymphalidae, from Central African Republic.
Red and black butterflies from Peru glass dome.
Composed by 3 Heliconius doris, 3 Adelpha lara, 3 Pereute callinira, 2 Heurytides hormodius and 2 Amarriate amathea.
Beautifully mounted in a Red Moor wood piece, previously treated and harmless, for the security and prevention of any bacterial problem.
A true One of a Kind piece.
Argema mittrei ( male ) - Madagascar Moon butterfly is a very big size moth, with a beautiful colour and shape.
A nature prodigy from Madagascar.
Displayed in a glass case.