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2 Cm Sphere / Marble - 10 Insect Specimen Collection Set (in Clear Plastic Box) For Sale

2 Cm Sphere / Marble - 10 Insect Specimen Collection Set (in Clear Plastic Box)

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2 cm Sphere / Marble - 10 Insect Specimen Collection Set (in clear plastic box)

10 different insect specimens in clear plastic box

10 different real Insect specimens encased in our proprietary developed lucite material. The specimens are crystal clear, transparent and indestructible. Safe,authentic and completely unbreakable specimen putthe insects right at your fingertips! Anyone can safely explore the insects from every angle.

Length of the insects bodyis1.2 to 1.8 cm (0.5 to 0.7 inch).

Diameter of the sphereis2 cm (0.8 inches).

Weight of each sphere is 5 g, total weight with packing box is 120 g.

This is a handmade real animal specimen craft. Each one will be a bit different (specimen size, color and posture) even in the same production batch.
The pictures in my listing is just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with the same pictures.

It is an ideal learning aid for students and kids and also a very good collectible item for every body.

*** Wholesale is welcome.

I have a lot moreinsect specimenitems in my store you may log in my store to view the details.

Shipping cost:

Free shipping cost.

We send the goods to USA buyers by E-express, a kind of postal express service set up by with USPS and Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days(depends on proximity to USPS international hubs) for delivery in USA.

We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail through Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 12 to 18 working days for delivery, and it may take a bit longer to Central and South 2)Spiny Spider

3)Honeybee 4)Ant

5)Golden Cockchafer 6)Blue Leaf Beetle

7)Shining Leaf 8)Spotted Ground Beetle

9)Ghost Spider 10)13 Star Bee - Apis mellifera

The Western honey bee or European honey bee (Apis mellifera) is a species of honey bee. This species was introduced to China from early 20th century and has been raised widely around the country.

In the temperate zone, honey bees survive winter as a colony, and the queen begins egg laying in mid to late winter, to prepare for spring. This is most likely triggered by longer day length. She is the only fertile female, and deposits all the eggs from which the other bees are produced. Except a brief mating period when she may make several flights to mate with drones, or if she leaves in later life with a swarm to establish a new colony, the queen rarely leaves the hive after the larvae have become full grown bees. The queen deposits each egg in a cell prepared by the worker bees. The egg hatches into a small larva which is fed by nurse bees (worker bees who maintain the interior of the colony). After about a week, the larva is sealed up in its cell by the nurse bees and begins the pupal stage. After another week, it will emerge an adult bee.

For the first ten days of their lives, the female worker bees clean the hive and feed the larvae. After this, they begin building comb cells. On days 16 through 20, a worker receives nectar and pollen from older workers and stores it. After the 20th day, a worker leaves the hive and spends the remainder of its life as a forager. The population of a healthy hive in mid-summer can average between 40,000 and 80,000 bees.

Blue Leaf Beetle – Chrysochus chinensis

Distribution: China
Body size: 7 – 17 mm

Leaf beetles (order Coleoptera, family Chrysomelidae) range from Cylindrical and elongate to round-backed. Many species are brightly coloured or metallic. The antennae are less than half the length of the body, which is typically smooth and hairless. Groups of eggs are laid on host plants. The larvae live inside plant stems. Pupation normally occurs in the soil. Can be found in subtropical regions and widespread on plants in all terrestrial habitats.

Chinese Golden Scorpion - Mesobuthus martensii

Common name:Chinese Armortailed Scorpion, Manchurian Scorpion, Chinese Golden Scorpion

Scientific Name: Mesobuthus Burrower

Communal:yes

Full Grown Size: 3"

Growth Rate: Medium

Temperature: 80-85F Semi 3

Diet: Young can eat Pinhead crickets, small roaches, meal worms. Adults can eat large crickets, roaches, super worms.

Big-head Ant - Pheidologeton diversus

Distribution: Tropical and sub-tropical Asia (China, Taiwan, Japan)

Description: Total length between 1.3 and 2.5 mm in minor workers. Body color yellowish brown to reddish brown in minor workers: reddish brown to blackish brown in majors. In minor workers: head rectangular with weakly convex posterior margin in full face view; mandibles each with 5 teeth; antennal scapes short, not exceeding posterior margin of head; each of the apical two funicular segments long, their combined length longer than the rest of funiculus; promesonotum relatively strongly convex in profile; metanotal groove deeply incised; dorsum of propodeum convex; propodeal spines long, with acute apices. In major workers: head proportionately large, almost square, with convex posterior margin in frontal view; anterior margin of clypeus straight, with a shallow median notch; mandibles large, triangular, with an acute apical tooth; masticatory margins without distinct teeth; eyes relatively small; ocelli present; antennal scapes 0.5 times as long as head; subpetiolar process present.

13 Star Golden Ladybird Beetle - Synonycha grandis

Coccinellidae is a family of beetles, known variously as ladybirds (British English, Australian English, South African English), ladybugs (North American English) or lady beetles (preferred by some scientists). The family name comes from its type genus, Coccinella. Coccinellids are found worldwide, with over 5,000 species described, more than 450 native to North America alone. Coccinellids are small insects, ranging from 1 mm to 10 mm (0.04 to 0.4 inches), and are commonly yellow, orange, or scarlet with small black spots on their wing covers, with black legs, head and antennae. A very large number of species are mostly or entirely black, gray, or brown, however, and may be difficult for non-entomologists to recognize as coccinellids (and, conversely, there are many small beetles that are easily mistaken as such, like tortoise beetles).

Golden Cockchafer – Popillia mongolica

Body length 8-11 mm, Pronotum shiny metallic green, brown with vertical fin Alice stripe, abdominal end there are two white spots. Adult in the May-July, living in low-elevation mountains.

Blue Leaf Beetle – Chrysochus chinensis

Distribution: China
Body size: 7 – 17 mm

Leaf beetles (order Coleoptera, family Chrysomelidae) range from Cylindrical and elongate to round-backed. Many species are brightly coloured or metallic. The antennae are less than half the length of the body, which is typically smooth and hairless. Groups of eggs are laid on host plants. The larvae live inside plant stems. Pupation normally occurs in the soil. Can be found in subtropical regions and widespread on plants in all terrestrial habitats.

Shining Leaf Beetle - Acrothinium gaschkevitschii

Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae

Distribution: Eastern China
Body size: 4.5 – 9 mm

This is a really beautiful little beetle with metallic red/green wing cases (elytra). The species occurs throughout China, Japan, Korea and is also found in Siberia. Apparently it’s a pest of grapes, so it appears on the “regulated” lists in the USA and New Zealand.

Spiny Spider - Gasteracantha sp.
Scientific name: Gasteracantha sp.

Family: Araneidae

Spiny spiders (Gasteracantha sp.) are only 4-10mm. in size but build strong vertical webs; live mainly in secondary forests.

This spider of the nature, can be presented in different colors, even so the species remains the same one. The males are very lesser, and the females biggest, being possess two reproductive agencies (one in each side of the body), can be found in only one of the sides, being virgin of the other side, or to be found in both. Behavior: In the spiders of the sorts Gasteracantha, Micratena and Eriophora the male constructs the “wire of on acasalamento” to the teia of the female. It touches this wire as if it was musical instrument of rope to excite the female sexually and to make to take it position receptive. While the female is magic with the cut, the male copula quickly and runs away before it perceives that she was copulada. Thus, the males of these spiders obtain to survive and to go to look other females to fecundar them. If they had been devorados, each male would die fecundando an only female, and with certainty leaving lesser number of descendants of what chance was had to cross more than with a sexual partner. It constructs to teias orbiculares, generally in the height next to 1,70 m of the ground, in vertical position in the sustentation structure, places bigger tuchos of teia, that according to researchers seems that it serves of alert the birds, or bigger insects, preventing as soon as the teia is destroyed in possible collisions. FOOD: small insects.

Shining Leaf Beetle - Acrothinium gaschkevitschii

Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae

Distribution: Eastern China
Body size: 4.5 – 9 mm

This is a really beautiful little beetle with metallic red/green wing cases (elytra). The species occurs throughout China, Japan, Korea and is also found in Siberia. Apparently it’s a pest of grapes, so it appears on the “regulated” lists in the USA and New Zealand.

Spotted Ground Beetle – Craspedophorus mandarinus

Order: Coleoptera

Family: Caraofferae

It can easily be recognized by the 4 orange spots on the elytra.

Ground beetle is a large family comprising some 20,000 species worldwide, mostly ground beetles to be found in leaf litter, under stones, and in soil. Many species have wings atrophied and the elytra fused together, so the adults are flightless. Adults are predacious and usually black in colour, Larvae are elongate and very active, and are fierce predators on small invertebrates in the soil.

Ghost Spider - Araneus ventricosus

Female body length of up to 20 ~ 30 mm. Multi-stripe and color variations, usually black or dark brown, dust-color carapace, lateral fossa, radiation significantly ditch. Dun chest plate, the central vertical with a light. Pereiopod dust-color, with black round-shaped pattern. Oval abdomen, shoulders in front of each of a blunt cone protruding. Dust-color on the back, we can see clearly the central dark brown leaf-spot. Ventral wire in front of the warts have a pair of round yellow spots, and some of the former silk warts and another outside a pair of round yellow spots. Epigynum of long-tongued-shaped pituitary, the most wide-base gradually narrowed down, the blunt end of the round.
Male smaller size, length 15 ~ 20 mm. Light-colored, with zebra and female. Article II pereiopod medial tibia at the end of a Tuci, bend communis section.

Widespread at lower elevations around the mountains, fields and parks. In the evening, at the edge of the woods or under the eaves predator networks, network for the rotary. Often undermine the networks during the day, hiding in the branches next to the net or leaves the building in the pit.

Distribution: China, Korea, Japan, Russia, Taiwan


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We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail through Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 12 to 18 working days for delivery, and it may take a bit longer to Central and South America.

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USD 28.00 Don't want to wait... Direct Buy Place offer Buy Now 2 cm Sphere / Marble - 10 Insect Specimen Collection Set (in clear plastic box)

10 different insect specimens in clear plastic box

10 different real Insect specimens encased in our proprietary developed lucite material. The specimens are crystal clear, transparent and indestructible. Safe,authentic and completely unbreakable specimen putthe insects right at your fingertips! Anyone can safely explore the insects from every angle.

Length of the insects bodyis1.2 to 1.8 cm (0.5 to 0.7 inch).

Diameter of the sphereis2 cm (0.8 inches).

Weight of each sphere is 5 g, total weight with packing box is 120 g.

This is a handmade real animal specimen craft. Each one will be a bit different (specimen size, color and posture) even in the same production batch.
The pictures in my listing is just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with the same pictures.

It is an ideal learning aid for students and kids and also a very good collectible item for every body.

*** Wholesale is welcome.

I have a lot moreinsect specimenitems in my store you may log in my store to view the details.

Shipping cost:

Free shipping cost.

We send the goods to USA buyers by E-express, a kind of postal express service set up by with USPS and Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days(depends on proximity to USPS international hubs) for delivery in USA.

We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail through Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 12 to 18 working days for delivery, and it may take a bit longer to Central and South 2)Spiny Spider

3)Honeybee 4)Ant

5)Golden Cockchafer 6)Blue Leaf Beetle

7)Shining Leaf 8)Spotted Ground Beetle

9)Ghost Spider 10)13 Star Bee - Apis mellifera

The Western honey bee or European honey bee (Apis mellifera) is a species of honey bee. This species was introduced to China from early 20th century and has been raised widely around the country.

In the temperate zone, honey bees survive winter as a colony, and the queen begins egg laying in mid to late winter, to prepare for spring. This is most likely triggered by longer day length. She is the only fertile female, and deposits all the eggs from which the other bees are produced. Except a brief mating period when she may make several flights to mate with drones, or if she leaves in later life with a swarm to establish a new colony, the queen rarely leaves the hive after the larvae have become full grown bees. The queen deposits each egg in a cell prepared by the worker bees. The egg hatches into a small larva which is fed by nurse bees (worker bees who maintain the interior of the colony). After about a week, the larva is sealed up in its cell by the nurse bees and begins the pupal stage. After another week, it will emerge an adult bee.

For the first ten days of their lives, the female worker bees clean the hive and feed the larvae. After this, they begin building comb cells. On days 16 through 20, a worker receives nectar and pollen from older workers and stores it. After the 20th day, a worker leaves the hive and spends the remainder of its life as a forager. The population of a healthy hive in mid-summer can average between 40,000 and 80,000 bees.

Blue Leaf Beetle – Chrysochus chinensis

Distribution: China
Body size: 7 – 17 mm

Leaf beetles (order Coleoptera, family Chrysomelidae) range from Cylindrical and elongate to round-backed. Many species are brightly coloured or metallic. The antennae are less than half the length of the body, which is typically smooth and hairless. Groups of eggs are laid on host plants. The larvae live inside plant stems. Pupation normally occurs in the soil. Can be found in subtropical regions and widespread on plants in all terrestrial habitats.

Chinese Golden Scorpion - Mesobuthus martensii

Common name:Chinese Armortailed Scorpion, Manchurian Scorpion, Chinese Golden Scorpion

Scientific Name: Mesobuthus Burrower

Communal:yes

Full Grown Size: 3"

Growth Rate: Medium

Temperature: 80-85F Semi 3

Diet: Young can eat Pinhead crickets, small roaches, meal worms. Adults can eat large crickets, roaches, super worms.

Big-head Ant - Pheidologeton diversus

Distribution: Tropical and sub-tropical Asia (China, Taiwan, Japan)

Description: Total length between 1.3 and 2.5 mm in minor workers. Body color yellowish brown to reddish brown in minor workers: reddish brown to blackish brown in majors. In minor workers: head rectangular with weakly convex posterior margin in full face view; mandibles each with 5 teeth; antennal scapes short, not exceeding posterior margin of head; each of the apical two funicular segments long, their combined length longer than the rest of funiculus; promesonotum relatively strongly convex in profile; metanotal groove deeply incised; dorsum of propodeum convex; propodeal spines long, with acute apices. In major workers: head proportionately large, almost square, with convex posterior margin in frontal view; anterior margin of clypeus straight, with a shallow median notch; mandibles large, triangular, with an acute apical tooth; masticatory margins without distinct teeth; eyes relatively small; ocelli present; antennal scapes 0.5 times as long as head; subpetiolar process present.

13 Star Golden Ladybird Beetle - Synonycha grandis

Coccinellidae is a family of beetles, known variously as ladybirds (British English, Australian English, South African English), ladybugs (North American English) or lady beetles (preferred by some scientists). The family name comes from its type genus, Coccinella. Coccinellids are found worldwide, with over 5,000 species described, more than 450 native to North America alone. Coccinellids are small insects, ranging from 1 mm to 10 mm (0.04 to 0.4 inches), and are commonly yellow, orange, or scarlet with small black spots on their wing covers, with black legs, head and antennae. A very large number of species are mostly or entirely black, gray, or brown, however, and may be difficult for non-entomologists to recognize as coccinellids (and, conversely, there are many small beetles that are easily mistaken as such, like tortoise beetles).

Golden Cockchafer – Popillia mongolica

Body length 8-11 mm, Pronotum shiny metallic green, brown with vertical fin Alice stripe, abdominal end there are two white spots. Adult in the May-July, living in low-elevation mountains.

Blue Leaf Beetle – Chrysochus chinensis

Distribution: China
Body size: 7 – 17 mm

Leaf beetles (order Coleoptera, family Chrysomelidae) range from Cylindrical and elongate to round-backed. Many species are brightly coloured or metallic. The antennae are less than half the length of the body, which is typically smooth and hairless. Groups of eggs are laid on host plants. The larvae live inside plant stems. Pupation normally occurs in the soil. Can be found in subtropical regions and widespread on plants in all terrestrial habitats.

Shining Leaf Beetle - Acrothinium gaschkevitschii

Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae

Distribution: Eastern China
Body size: 4.5 – 9 mm

This is a really beautiful little beetle with metallic red/green wing cases (elytra). The species occurs throughout China, Japan, Korea and is also found in Siberia. Apparently it’s a pest of grapes, so it appears on the “regulated” lists in the USA and New Zealand.

Spiny Spider - Gasteracantha sp.
Scientific name: Gasteracantha sp.

Family: Araneidae

Spiny spiders (Gasteracantha sp.) are only 4-10mm. in size but build strong vertical webs; live mainly in secondary forests.

This spider of the nature, can be presented in different colors, even so the species remains the same one. The males are very lesser, and the females biggest, being possess two reproductive agencies (one in each side of the body), can be found in only one of the sides, being virgin of the other side, or to be found in both. Behavior: In the spiders of the sorts Gasteracantha, Micratena and Eriophora the male constructs the “wire of on acasalamento” to the teia of the female. It touches this wire as if it was musical instrument of rope to excite the female sexually and to make to take it position receptive. While the female is magic with the cut, the male copula quickly and runs away before it perceives that she was copulada. Thus, the males of these spiders obtain to survive and to go to look other females to fecundar them. If they had been devorados, each male would die fecundando an only female, and with certainty leaving lesser number of descendants of what chance was had to cross more than with a sexual partner. It constructs to teias orbiculares, generally in the height next to 1,70 m of the ground, in vertical position in the sustentation structure, places bigger tuchos of teia, that according to researchers seems that it serves of alert the birds, or bigger insects, preventing as soon as the teia is destroyed in possible collisions. FOOD: small insects.

Shining Leaf Beetle - Acrothinium gaschkevitschii

Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae

Distribution: Eastern China
Body size: 4.5 – 9 mm

This is a really beautiful little beetle with metallic red/green wing cases (elytra). The species occurs throughout China, Japan, Korea and is also found in Siberia. Apparently it’s a pest of grapes, so it appears on the “regulated” lists in the USA and New Zealand.

Spotted Ground Beetle – Craspedophorus mandarinus

Order: Coleoptera

Family: Caraofferae

It can easily be recognized by the 4 orange spots on the elytra.

Ground beetle is a large family comprising some 20,000 species worldwide, mostly ground beetles to be found in leaf litter, under stones, and in soil. Many species have wings atrophied and the elytra fused together, so the adults are flightless. Adults are predacious and usually black in colour, Larvae are elongate and very active, and are fierce predators on small invertebrates in the soil.

Ghost Spider - Araneus ventricosus

Female body length of up to 20 ~ 30 mm. Multi-stripe and color variations, usually black or dark brown, dust-color carapace, lateral fossa, radiation significantly ditch. Dun chest plate, the central vertical with a light. Pereiopod dust-color, with black round-shaped pattern. Oval abdomen, shoulders in front of each of a blunt cone protruding. Dust-color on the back, we can see clearly the central dark brown leaf-spot. Ventral wire in front of the warts have a pair of round yellow spots, and some of the former silk warts and another outside a pair of round yellow spots. Epigynum of long-tongued-shaped pituitary, the most wide-base gradually narrowed down, the blunt end of the round.
Male smaller size, length 15 ~ 20 mm. Light-colored, with zebra and female. Article II pereiopod medial tibia at the end of a Tuci, bend communis section.

Widespread at lower elevations around the mountains, fields and parks. In the evening, at the edge of the woods or under the eaves predator networks, network for the rotary. Often undermine the networks during the day, hiding in the branches next to the net or leaves the building in the pit.

Distribution: China, Korea, Japan, Russia, Taiwan


Item SpecificsCountry/Region of Manufacture ChinaMaterial PlasticType Collector PlateCountry of Manufacture China

Payment: By Paypal

Free shipping cost.

We send the goods to USA buyers by E-express, a kind of postal express service set up by with USPS and Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days(depends on proximity to USPS international hubs) for delivery in USA.

We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail through Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 12 to 18 working days for delivery, and it may take a bit longer to Central and South America.

Full refund for returns in 30 days.

We will answer buyer messages within 24 hours.

Free shipping worldwide.


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