Glass dome with 3 Charaxes subornatus, the ornate green Charaxes is a beautiful little butterfly in the family Nymphalidae, from Central African Republic.
Kalima inachus and Salamis anteva vitrine
Very special glass vitrine with three Kalima inachus, from Thailand and three Salamis anteva, from Madagascar.
The two species named as Deadleaf butterflies, because when the wings closed they look like a dead leaf and so predators don't catch them. One of each butterfly is mounted showing from the back side position to show the similarity with a dead leaf.
Dimensions: 32 cm x 23 cm x 15 cm
Weight: 2,9 Kg
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Argema mittrei ( female ) - Madagascar Moon butterfly is a very big size moth, with a beautiful colour and shape.
A nature prodigy from Madagascar.
Displayed in a glass cage.
4 Caligo atreus butterflies in a glass vitrine, from Colombia.
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.
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.
Glass dome with three Callicore cynosura butterflies.
In a top view, the species has anterior and posterior wings with a black surface and areas in red.
Callicore cynosura is a neotropical butterfly in the Nymphalidae family that is distributed in Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Brazil. These ones came from Peru.
Handmade glass dome mounted in Redmoor wood branch, displaying three Siproeta steneles and three Charaxes subornatus.
These are extremely beautiful specimen, specially the Siproeta steneles that has amazing colour and pattern in both sides of the wings.
Glass dome with two Urania leylus butterflies.
Urania leilus named as Green-banded Urania is a daytime neotropical moth of the Uraniidae family, found east of the Andes.
These specimen is from Peru.
A pair of Rothchildia jacobaea in a glass vitrine with black lacquered wood base.
These are ex-pupa specimen from M.Mayr collection. From S.Gabriel - Buenos Aires Prov. Argentine.
One of the most beautiful moth, hard to find.
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!
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.
A pair of Anaea fabius, the Tiger-striped leafwing butterfly. A beautiful and very particularly shaped butterfly.
They belong to the Nymphalidae family, from the Perú forests.
One of a kind piece mounted in a lacquered black wood frame.
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.
A beautiful glass dome with three Morpho hecuba butterflies from Brazil.
It's the biggest of the genus, reaching 20cm.
Morpho hecuba, the Sunset butterfly, is a Neotropical butterfly belonging to the subfamily Morphinae from Nymphalidae family.
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.
Palla decius and Hypolimnias dexithea in a golden base glass dome.
Palla decius, the white-banded palla, from Congo. Hypolimnias dexithea from Madagascar.
Both belonging to the Nymphalidae family.
Superb examples of how beautiful butterflies can be.
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.