Glass vitrine with black lacquered wood base with the most elusive Morpho cisseis.
The Cisseis Morpho, is a large butterfly with a wingspan of 147 mm and 180 mm. The upperside is blue-green gray, the outer edge is largely bordered by black and broad black band extending over two-thirds of the forewing's costal edge. The reverse is copper decorated with a line of white chevrons and black, yellow and white eyespots, three on the forewings and a very large and three more small eyespots on the hindwings. This one from Perú.
A Morpho peleides, Peleides Blue Morpho, they drinks the juices from rotting fruits for food. Its favorites in captivity are mango, kiwi, and lychee. Morpho peleides butterflies live in the rainforests of South America, and can be found in Mexico and Central America, this one from Colombia.
And a Morpho aega, Aega Morpho is the most common of all Morpho butterflies, but is electric blue color is fantastic. This one from Brazil.