Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame

Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame
Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame
Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame

Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame
Phoebis philea the Orange-barred Sulphur. Phoebis argante the Apricot Sulphur. Cymothoe sangaris the Blood Red Glider. Phoebis philea the Orange-barred Sulphur and Phoebis argante, the Apricot Sulphur, are wonderfully bright yellow butterflies with a large distribution, from the southern United States down to Brazil.

Both species are swift, high fliers. Eggs are laid singly on the host plant, Cassia.

Cymothoe sangaris, the Blood Red Glider, is found in tropical forests in Central Africa. Aside from its arresting colouration it is one of the only solid red butterflies out of the 20,000 or so butterfly species in the world its fame mostly comes from the fact that due to sexual dimorphism it is often very difficult to be sure of its species. While the males of C. Sangaris generally look alike, the same cannot be said for the females, which have been described under upwards of 20 different species due to their variety.

The adults spend most of their time in the forest canopy but also seek out sunlit spots between the trees and feed on decaying vegetation on the forest floor. These butterflies have been expertly prepared by hand to museum standards, and are mounted on conservation-grade foam in a hand-made, beautifully crafted case backed with Italian decorative paper. Absolutely ideal for wedding presents, Christmas and birthday presents, home decoration.

If you have any queries, or would like to request a different specimen, please get in touch! None of the butterflies offered for sale are listed on Annex A of the EU Wildlife Trade Regulations, and all are farmed this ensures that not only are the specimens in perfect condition, but that the practice is completely sustainable.

Butterfly farming allows farmers to generate income while conserving their natural heritage. The item "Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame" is in sale since Thursday, June 20, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectables\Animal Collectables\Insects & Butterflies".

The seller is "juancarlos2nd" and is located in Monmouth. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Yellow and Red Real Taxidermy Butterflies in Handmade Museum Quality Frame


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