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_________Why my displays are the best you can get_________
+ STYLE: Our displays have been featured in Pottery Barn catalogs and perfect for any room or office.
+ EXPERTISE: an entomologist with years of museum display experience makes every display.
+ ENVIRONMENT: only farm raised insects that benefit habitat preservation & poverty alleviation programs are used.
+ EDUCATION: every display contains educational information about your species making the display educational and a conversation piece.
+ CRAFTSMANSHIP: We guarantee these are best quality insect displays on the market.
+ NO DANGEROUS CHEMICALS: Our frames are sealed so you don’t have to use dangerous fumigants to protect your display.
Details of display…
+ High-quality black wood shadowbox frame with glass window.
+ Archival ribbed paper (lignin and acid-free) with hand cut mat.
+ Dimensions: 9” H x 9” W x 1 ¼ “ D.
+ Replica vintage museum label on back with detailed species information.
+ Signed and numbered by artist on back of display.
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I can also ship international, please contact me for rates.
I am a conservation biologist and artist whose mission is to protect, teach and showcase the wonders of insects. While working in the entomology departments of two major museums I was amazed by their massive insect collections, but disappointed the public never got to view them.
Bug Under Glass was started in order to make these creatures more accessible while educating the public about their unique lives. All insects I use have been raised on insect farms throughout the world, where they are captive bred and live out their complete life cycle. These insect farms are a valuable conservation tool employed by many notable conservation groups that teach improvised people to raise insects versus industries that deplete rainforest, such as farming and logging.
Visit www.bugunderglass.com to see more of my work and research.