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This art piece uses 3 real beautiful blue morpho butterflies that are preserved and permanently adhered to a 3/8" thick acrylic sheet. The art piece measures 8"x16" in size. Both sides of the wing are beautiful to look at which would would make this piece a great window decoration. When purchasing the item please specify if you would like this as a window or wall piece and where you would like me to add the acrylic wall hangers. The piece can be hung tallways, sideways, and from either side…

This art piece uses 3 real beautiful blue morpho butterflies that are preserved and permanently adhered to a 3/8" thick acrylic sheet. The art piece measures 8"x16" in size. Both sides of the wing are beautiful to look at which would would make this piece a great window decoration. When purchasing the item please specify if you would like this as a window or wall piece and where you would like me to add the acrylic wall hangers. The piece can be hung tallways, sideways, and from either side…

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Paper Quilled Insects: Capture Beauty, Not Bugs

If you have a morbid fascination with mounted insects behind glass, but feel queasy about doing that to ex-living creatures: quilled butterflies!

Framed moths and butterflies real artwork

Framed moths and butterflies real artwork

In this photo from the butterfly collections at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History, Bob Robbins has pulled out some butterflies that look like fallen beech leaves.”

Lepidopterist Bob Robbins displays the butterfly collections at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Shown: some of the many leaf-wing butterflies who use camoflage to hide from predators.

California naturalist C. D. Voy’s handwritten notes still label three coconut crabs he collected in 1875 on Flint Island, an uninhabited coral atoll in the central Pacific Ocean. Coconut crab (Birgus latro), Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Photograph by Rosamond Purcell.

Coconut crabs (Birgus latro) collected on Flint Island (an uninhabited coral atoll 400 nautical miles northwest of Tahiti in the Central Pacific) by C. Voy in

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Pheromone Design: Christopher Marley

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Christopher Marley - Insect Mosaics

Beautiful Colour and Pattern of Insects by Christopher Marley Insect Mosaic

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