African death's-head hawkmoth glass dome, with two Acherontia atropos, from South Italy and have sharp a skull image in the dorsum.
Lyssa zampa frame
Lyssa zampa - The Laos Brown butterfly in white wood frame.
Lyssa is a moth very hard to get, from Thailand.
Dimensions: 27 cm x 27 cm x 4,5 cm
Weight: 931 g
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Morpho glass vitrine.
The Cisseis Morpho, is a large butterfly with a wingspan of 147 mm and 180 mm.The upper side is blue-gray, the outer edge is largely bordered by black and broad black band extending over two-thirds of the forewing's costal edge, from Perú.
The Morpho peleides that lives in the rainforests of South America. This one is from Colombia.
And the Morpho aega that is the most common of all Morpho butterflies, but its electric blue color is fantastic. This one is from Brazil.
A superb Morpho achilles, cisseis and peleides Glass dome.
This is a beautiful composition with blue and black magnificent Morpho butterflies.
Four Morpho achilles from Perú
One Morpho cisseis from Perú
One Morpho peleides from Colombia.
One of a Kind handmade piece.
A pair of the very rare and delicate Eustera brachyura butterfly, from Ivory Coast, in a handmade glass vitrine.
A moth that it's seen from time to time, a One of a Kind decor piece!
Bunaea aslauga couple in a glass dome. The Madagascar emperor moth, is an African moth belonging to the family Saturniidae.
The male differ from the female (on the back) in size and completely different antlers.
Callicore lyca and Catonephele numilia glass vitrine.
Callicore lyca, the Aegina numberwing, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae. Superb coloured specimen. It is found from the south of Mexico to Peru, these one's are from Perú.
Catonephele numilia, the Blue-Frosted Banner, is a butterfly of the family Nymphalidae found in Central and South America. This butterfly usually flies along the ground and close to the ripe fruits and flowers.
An exceptional decor piece.
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.
Glass dome with three Hebomoia leucippe butterflies.
Great and vivid colors!
Brass glass dome with two Papilio ulysses from Ceram - Moluccan Island, a superb exclusive species with bright contrast of black and deep blue.
Papilio ulysses - popularly named as Ulysses Butterfly, Blue Mountain Swallowtail, Mountain Blue or Blue Emperor - it 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.
Glass dome with 2 Lycorea cleobaea, the Tropical Milkweed butterfly. It is found from the Antilles, Dominican Republic and the Caribbean. Its habitat is the tropical rainforest.
2 Lycorea ilione, the Clearwing Mimic Queen, it occurs in the transitional rainforest and cloudforest, at an elevation of 500–1,500 metres (1,600–4,900 ft) above sea level.
And 2 Thyridia psidii, the Melantho Tigerwing or Clapping Ticlear. It is in the brush-footed butterfly family, Nymphalidae and is found in the Neotropical zone.
All these species came from Perú.
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.
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.
Papilio machaon - Old World Swallowtail butterfly, from Italy, in a glass dome.
The most elusive butterfly from Europe, ten specimen mounted in a handmade Redwood branch.
Beautiful One of a Kind piece.
Glass dome with two Urania leilus 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.
Handmade glass dome in a Redmoor wood brach, displaying four Chorinea faunus, from Bolivia know as Long-tailed glass wing because of is transparent wings, two Rhetus arcius, from Perú is an exceptional beautiful little butterfly and two Ancyluris formosissima, from Perú considered as well one of the most beautiful butterfly.
One of a Kind decor piece!
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!