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Eustera brachyura vitrine
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!
Dimensions: 22 cm x 18 cm x 11 cm
Weight: 1,3 Kg
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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.
Glass dome with giant moth, from Thailand.
Male and female of Argema mittrei known as Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth, is a huge beautiful dark yellow moth, seldom seen in this quality.
Male and female of Actias selene known as Indian moon moth or Indian luna moth, is a species of saturniid moth from Asia.
This species is popular among amateur entomologists. They fly mainly at night.
Hypochrycops polyctelus Glass dome - These very uncommon shinning electric blue butterflies come from Papua New Guinea.
Mounted in branch of Redmoor wood inside a small glass dome.
One of a Kind Butterflies for kids.
A high quality handmade glass dome with four Phoebis philea - the Orange-barred sulphur, is a species of butterfly found in the Americas, these ones are from Peru. The species eats nectar from red-colored plants and the larvae feeds on Cassia species. Mounted in a Red Moor wood piece, previously treated and harmless, for the security and prevention of any bacterial problem, it is also presented two Hebomoja glaucippe from Thailand - this particular species presents glacontryphan-M in the wings, a peptide toxin belonging to the family contryphan that is an active constituent of the poisonous venom produced by cone snail (genus Conus). In the Hebomoia glaucippe this toxin works as a defense against predators.
Papilio rumanzowia, the Red Mormon, is a butterfly of the family Papilionidae.
This fabulous dome have two pairs of male and female specimen, superb color and quality, mounted in handmade glass dome with a grey lacquered wood base.
These specimen came from Philippines.
Pierella hypsea and Pierella jena Glass Dome.
These are rare butterflies belonging to the Satyridae family. Delicate beauties, with beautiful colour and pattern, mounted in a beautiful Redmoor Wood piece, from Perú.
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!
Glass dome with three Cymothoe sangaris butterflies.
Cymothoe sangaris, the blood-red glider, is a species of butterfly from the Nymphalidae family found in Central Africa.
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.
Papilio ulysses and Phoebis phylae dome.
A beautiful decor piece, contrasting blue and yellow colors, three Papilio ulysses and six Phoebis phylae in a handmade glass dome.
One of a Kind decor piece!
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.
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.
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.
Papilio memnon, Papilio romanzovia and Cymothoe sangaris glass dome.
Two Papilio memnon from Thailand, two Papilio rumanzovia from Philippines and six Cymothoe sangaris from Congo.
An exceptional One of a kind decor piece, contrasting the butterfly colors with the white lacquered wood base from the handmade dome.
Thyridia psidii, Lycorea halia cleobaea and Lycorea ilione lamira in a black glass frame.
These beautiful delicate butterflies are all from Peru.
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.