8 Tails - 7x8 acrylic frame
The Sunset Moth and Graphium weiskei are two extremely popular, multicolored butterflies. A great combo! Note that both of these butterflies can have some variation, particularly the Graphium weiskei whose center spots vary from pink to purple, although they are usually more on the pinkish side (but they seem to photograph purple just to be a pain!)
Radiance - 7x8 acrylic frame
2 beautiful glossy swallowtails from Indonesia, the green Radiant Swallowtail (top) and the Blue Emerald Swallowtail (Papilio pericles). These iridescent butterflies change color in different types and angles of lighting.
Purple & Pink - 7x8 acrylic frame
This wonderful display features 3 butterflies that contain the colors purple or pink, both of which are very rare among butterflies. The dark purple and pink Anaea nessus is at the top of the display. The center butterfly is a pink & yellow Batesia hypochlora and the bottom left butterfly is the purple Graphium weiskei.
Blue & Green Swallowtails - 10x13 acrylic frame
This product features two of the most popular butterflies in the world, the green Papilio blumei and the blue Papilio ulysses. The uylsses changes color from a light to dark blue depending on the lighting. The blumei has a marvelous iridescent green dust all over its wings that's not visible in photos. Both butterflies are angled on thin clear rods so that one side of the wings is closer to the base, while the other is closer to the front of the case. These two are simply a perfect combo.
Blue & Yellow - 10x10 acrylic frame
This display features one huge Blue Morpho didius and 2 brightly colored Orange-Barred Sulpher butterflies (the orange is slightly less pronounced in person).
Three Swallowtails - 8x14 acrylic frame
This display features Blue Mountain Swallowtail (Papilio ulysses), Majestic Green Swallowtail (Papilio blumei) & Queen Swallowtail (Papilio androgeous) butterflies.
Blue Pearls - 10x10 acrylic frame
This display features a beautiful metallic Blue Morpho didius and Pearl Morphos. Both of these butterflies, especially the Pearl Morphos, change color depending on the angle viewed. Although parts of the Pearl Morpho's may look drab, it's only the picture and the angle at which it was taken. In person they are constantly glistening and that pearl-like glossy sheen is very prominent. Girls seem to especially love the Pearl Morphos!
Contrasting Colors Collection - 8x14 acrylic frame
These butterflies are all similar in that they have prominent amounts of black along with a beautiful solid bright coloring, each one a different color. Don't they just go great together? Click the photo for a closeup, sorry for the black background! The bottom two butterflies got slightly washed out in the photo but they're a bit more vibrant and colorful in person.
Three Blue - 8x14 acrylic frame
Three huge, immensely popular blue butterflies. Blue Morpho didius (top), Blue Mountain Swallowtail (center), Blue Morpho menelaus (bottom).
Four Swallowtails - 8x14 acrylic frame
This display features a Blue Mountain Swallowtail (Papilio ulysses), green Radiant Swallowtail (Papilio lorquinianus), Purple Spotted Swallowtail (Graphium weiskei) & a yellow swallowtail. The tiger swallowtail is pictured above however we may use the similar Queen and King swallowtails.
3 Morphos - 8x14 acrylic frame
This display features the Blue Morpho didius, Morpho menelaus, and a Pearl morpho. In this photo they don't appear to be metallic but they are, the lighting type and angles can alter how they look in photos.
Bright Solids - 10 x13 acrylic frame
Very bright blue, red & yellow butterflies make up this 10x13 display. Note we now use the slightly larger yellow Buttercup butterfly in place of the smaller Eureme hecabe brenda pictured above. They're brilliant yellow with less black on the wings.
Sunrise Sunset - 10x13 acrylic frame
An awesome display with a Sunset morpho and blue Morpho cisseis cisseis. These morphos,especially the blue cisseis, are very difficult to procure! This display is of very limited availability.
Indian Moon Moth Pair - 8x14 acrylic frame
The female Actias selene (above)
is virtually identical to the American Luna Moth but much larger than
most found in the U.S. In terms of surface area it's about three times
the size of the Luna Moths we normally offer! Some specimens have nice
pink dots and highlights as well. The male below is more yellow and pink
with amazing scalloped wings. Note: These moths are of limited
availability and extremely fragile so most specimens will have some
extremely minor issues like a few tiny nicks (1-2 millimeter long) in a
Origin: Widespread throughout Asia.