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This natural history display vividly illustrates the butterfly’s natural territory with a digitally scanned antique map as a backdrop. The original map was engraved on copper plates and hand colored in 1700's. The displayed butterfly is a South American butterfly that is a swift and powerful flyer, making it one of the fastest butterflies in the world.
________Why B.U.G. insect displays are the best you can get_______
+ STYLE: Our butterfly 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 insect display.
+ CONSERVATION: only farm raised insects that benefit habitat preservation & poverty alleviation programs are used.
+ EDUCATION: I am the only artist who gives you a story about your insect shadowbox so you can tell others about your work of art.
+ CRAFTSMANSHIP: We guarantee these are best quality insect displays on the market.
+ NO DANGEROUS CHEMICALS: we don't use and you don't need dangerous chemicals to maintain your display - our frames are sealed.
► High-quality black wood shadowbox frame with glass window.
► Dimensions: 6” H x 6” W x 1 ¼ “ D.
► Replica vintage museum label with detailed species information on back.
► Gift box and directions on how to keep the display lasting a lifetime.
I will ship your item within 1-4 business days of receiving payment via US Priority or FedEx Ground.
I have a graduate degree in conservation biology and love teaching about and showcasing the animals I love. Obviously the environment is very important to me and that is why I only use farm-raised insects that have lived out their life cycle. Butterfly farms are an important tool in rainforest conservation and you can learn more about them in my profile.
ABOUT BUG UNDER GLASS_____________________________
While working in the entomology departments of various natural history museums I was amazed by their massive insect collections. However, I was disappointed these collections were behind closed doors and the public rarely got to view them. Bug Under Glass was started to help make these creatures more accessible to the public while educating about their unique lives. I believe if more people learn about the incredible creatures in threatened habitats, they may be more willing to protect them.