8 Butterfly Collection Set Clear Block Painted Golden Frame Education Specimen


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  • Insect Collection Set - 8 Butterfly Set
  • 8 genuine different Butterflies permanently encased in clear lucite block which is painted with golden fram on edges. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put real Butterflies right at your fingertips!
  • Anyone can safely explore the Butterfliesfrom every angle.
  • It is clear enough for microscope observation.
  • The pictures show the top and reverse side of the butterfly.
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    8 Butterfly Collection Set Clear Block Painted Golden Frame Education Specimen

    Insect Collection Set - 8 Butterfly Set

    8 genuine different Butterflies permanently encased in clear lucite block which is painted with golden fram on edges. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put real Butterflies right at your fingertips!

    Anyone can safely explore the Butterfliesfrom every angle.

    It is clear enough for microscope observation.

    The pictures show the top and reverse side of the butterfly.

    The butterfly wings are disassembled and laminated before embedding into the material so as to retain 100% of the original color(colors of butterfly are mostly powder particles attached to the wings), otherwise up to 90% of the color will be dissolved into the Lucite material after production and the wings become almost transparent.

    Size ofeach block is 215x85x15 mm (8.5x3.3x0.6 inch)

    Weight ofeach block is 340 gram and 400 gram with packing box.

    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 the listing are just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with same picture.

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

    The butterflies are all from China:

    Upper row (left to right): Common Grass Yellow, European Peacock, Leopard Fritillary, Yellow Orange Tip

    Lower row (left to right): Lemon Migrant, Common Jester, Indian Fritillary, Cabbage Grass Yellow - Eurema hecabe

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Eurema

    The Large Grass Yellow or Common Grass Yellow (Eurema hecabe) is a small pierid butterfly species found in Asia or Africa. They are found flying close to the ground and are found in open grass and scrub habitats. It is simply known as "the grass yellow" in parts of its range; the general term otherwise refers to the entire genus Eurema.

    The Common Grass Yellow exhibits seasonal polyphenism. The lepidopteran has a darker summer morph, triggered by a long day exceeding 13 hours in duration, while the shorter diurnal period of 12 hours or less induces a fairer morph in the post-monsoon period.

    European Peacock - Inachis io

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Tribe: Nymphalini Genus: Inachis

    The European Peacock (Inachis io), more commonly known simply as the Peacock butterfly, is a colourful butterfly, found in Europe, temperate Asia as far east as Japan. It is the only member of the genus Inachis. The Peacock butterfly is resident in much of its range, often wintering in buildings or trees. It therefore often appears quite early in spring. The Peacock butterfly has figured in research where the role of eye-spots as anti-predator mechanism has been investigated.

    The butterfly has a wingspan of 50 to 55mm. The base-colour of the wings is a rusty red, and at each wingtip it bears a distinctive, black, blue and yellow eye-spot. The underside is a cryptically coloured dark-brown or black.

    The Peacock can be found in woods, fields, meadows, pastures, parks, and gardens, and from lowlands up to 2,500 metres (8,200ft) elevation. It is a relatively common butterfly seen in many European parks and gardens. The Peacock male exhibits territorial behaviour, in many cases territories being selected en route of the females to oviposition sites.

    The butterfly hibernates over winter before laying its eggs in early spring, in batches of up to 400 at a time. The eggs are ribbed and olive-green in colour and laid on the upper parts, and, the undersides of leaves of nettle plants and hops. The caterpillars, which are shiny black with six rows of barbed spikes and a series of white dots on each segment, and which have a shiny black head, hatch after about a week. The Chrysalis may be either grey, brown or green in colour and may have a blackish tinge. The caterpillars grow up to 42mm in length.

    Leopard Fritillary - Timelaea maculata

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Genus: Timelaea

    Wingspan: 44 – 56 mm

    Occurrence from June to August. Adults are flying quickly.

    Orange winged with dark black stripes.

    Yellow Orange Tip - Ixias py rene

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Ixias

    Habitat: Open country

    Distribution: Indo-China

    Forewing length: 35 mm

    Wing span: 6 – 7cm

    Dry-season brood. Male upperside: deep sulphur-yellow. Fore wing: base and basal half of costa thickly irrorated with black scales; apical half of the wing black, with an enclosed, large, irregularly triangular, orange-coloured patch, the apex of which is more or less broadly rounded and blunt; the orange colour extends into the apex of the cell bat is interrupted there by a black discocellular spot that spreads diffusely inwards and joins the black oblique bar which forms the base of the orange patch; veins that traverse this latter, black. Hind wing: uniform with a little black scaling at extreme base; termen with a dusky-black somewhat narrow border (sometimes entirely absent) which decreases in width posteriorly.

    Lemon Migrant - Catopsilia pomona

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Catopsilia

    Distribution : Sri Lanka, India to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Langkawi, Malaysia, Tioman, Singapore, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Palawan, Philippines.

    Lemon Emigrant is a medium sized pierid butterfly found in Asia and parts of Australia. The species gets its name from its habit of migration.

    Interesting aspects: Occurs as pale and dark forms, which differ mainly in that the dark forms are more yellow and in the females the width of the black colour along the wing margins is better developed, and there is sometimes a dark purple central blotch in the hindwing beneath in the pale female form. The chief distinguishing feature is that the dark forms have black antennae while the pale forms have pink antennae. Both forms fly together and are produced from the same batch of eggs. Breeding studies suggest that higher temperatures and longer day length may promote the dark form.

    Common Jester - Symbrenthia lilaea

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Subfamily: Nymphalinae Genus: Symbrenthia Species: S. hippoclus

    The Common Jester, Symbrenthia hippoclus is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia and Southeast Asia.

    Wet-season form male. Upperside black, with orange-yellow markings as follows:

    Fore wing: discoidal streak clavate, bi-indentate above; a contiguous spot at base of interspace 3; a short, outwardly oblique band from middle of dorsum contracted in the middle; another outwardly oblique, somewhat macular, short, broad, preapical band from beyond middle of costa to interspace 4, with two small spots above it in interspaces 5 and 6.

    Hind wing: a very broad sub-basal transverse band narrow at the costal margin, a postdiscal narrower similar band contracted into a line towards costal margin, sometimes traversed by a line of black spots and a subterminal very slender line.

    Dry season form at Samsing in Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India.

    Underside, ochraceous orange with numerous spots and lines of ferruginous, that form on fore wing a short, outwardly oblique streak not extending beyond interspaced, and on hind wing a sub-basal transverse streak in continual ion of the above streak on the fore wing; also on both wind's a series of obscure postdiscal cone-shaped marks, irrorated and rendered indistinct on the hind wing by a large patch of pink scales turning to a bluish lunule in interspace 3; fore wing with a ferruginous, hind wing with a pale yellow subterminal line.

    Antennae black, ochraceous at apex; head with ferruginous pubescence; thorax and abdomen black on upperside, ochraceous beneath.

    Indian Fritillary - Argyreus hyperbius

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Genus: Argynnis

    Wingspan: 70-80 mm

    Distribution: China, Japan, Korea, India, SEAsia

    It flies fast but tends to settle frequently, especially for the male butterflies during their patrolling routine at hilltops. The female mimics the poisonous Plain Tiger (Danaus chrysippus). There is a white band at the back apex of each forewing. The male is often found guarding its territory or chasing off other butterflies at hilltops. The female occurs mostly in lowlands where it looks for suitable places to lay eggs.

    Club ends of antennae are rounded. Males are similar to Phalanta phalantha in appearance, only larger, and underside is marked by irregular white, black and brown specks.

    Cabbage White - Pieris rapae

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Pieris Species: P. rapae

    Caterpillar Hostplants

    Many members of the Cruciferae including cabbage, brocolli, and collards. Also nasturtiums and Cleome.

    Area Sighting
    Locations

    Everywhere

    Seasonal Flight Data

    February - November

    General Notes

    One of the most common butterflies of the Metroplex (and the Country!), it is often seen searching for hostplants on which to oviposit. Larvae can be an agricultural pest. Easily attracted to the backyard by planting one of the preferred hostplants.

    Characteristics: White, with one (male) or two (female) rounded black spots on dorsal forewing. Black apical suffusion on dorsal forewing, and dark suffusion on dorsal wings nearest body.

    Similar Species: Checkered White (Pontia protodice)

    Larval Foodplants: Many native and introduced species of the Mustard family (Cruciferae) including the following: garden vegetables--cabbage, cauliflower, kale, mustard greens, radish; other -- nasturtium and mustard (Brassica sp.). The green larvae are economically important pests on cruciferous crops, particularly cabbage, and chemical pesticide treatments or treatments with a microbial insecticide (formulated from a bacterial species, Bacillus thuringiensis) are often required to bring populations down to economically tolerable levels.


    Item SpecificsCountry of Manufacture ChinaMaterial ResinType Collector PlateCountry/Region of Manufacture ChinaModified Item NoHandmade Yes
    Payment

    Payment: By Paypal

    Shipping cost

    Free shipping cost.

    We send the goods to USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, EU countries and some other European and Asian countries by E-express, a kind of fast postal service by Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days for delivery.

    We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail and will take about 8 to 14 working days for delivery.

    Return policy

    Returns: We accept returns with any reason in 30 days.

    Messages

    We will answer buyer messages within 24 hours during working days.

    Nature & Science

    Custom Item 8 Butterfly Collection Set Clear Block Painted Golden Frame Education Specimen

    Insect Collection Set - 8 Butterfly Set

    8 genuine different Butterflies permanently encased in clear lucite block which is painted with golden fram on edges. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put real Butterflies right at your fingertips!

    Anyone can safely explore the Butterfliesfrom every angle.

    It is clear enough for microscope observation.

    The pictures show the top and reverse side of the butterfly.

    The butterfly wings are disassembled and laminated before embedding into the material so as to retain 100% of the original color(colors of butterfly are mostly powder particles attached to the wings), otherwise up to 90% of the color will be dissolved into the Lucite material after production and the wings become almost transparent.

    Size ofeach block is 215x85x15 mm (8.5x3.3x0.6 inch)

    Weight ofeach block is 340 gram and 400 gram with packing box.

    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 the listing are just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with same picture.

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

    The butterflies are all from China:

    Upper row (left to right): Common Grass Yellow, European Peacock, Leopard Fritillary, Yellow Orange Tip

    Lower row (left to right): Lemon Migrant, Common Jester, Indian Fritillary, Cabbage Grass Yellow - Eurema hecabe

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Eurema

    The Large Grass Yellow or Common Grass Yellow (Eurema hecabe) is a small pierid butterfly species found in Asia or Africa. They are found flying close to the ground and are found in open grass and scrub habitats. It is simply known as "the grass yellow" in parts of its range; the general term otherwise refers to the entire genus Eurema.

    The Common Grass Yellow exhibits seasonal polyphenism. The lepidopteran has a darker summer morph, triggered by a long day exceeding 13 hours in duration, while the shorter diurnal period of 12 hours or less induces a fairer morph in the post-monsoon period.

    European Peacock - Inachis io

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Tribe: Nymphalini Genus: Inachis

    The European Peacock (Inachis io), more commonly known simply as the Peacock butterfly, is a colourful butterfly, found in Europe, temperate Asia as far east as Japan. It is the only member of the genus Inachis. The Peacock butterfly is resident in much of its range, often wintering in buildings or trees. It therefore often appears quite early in spring. The Peacock butterfly has figured in research where the role of eye-spots as anti-predator mechanism has been investigated.

    The butterfly has a wingspan of 50 to 55mm. The base-colour of the wings is a rusty red, and at each wingtip it bears a distinctive, black, blue and yellow eye-spot. The underside is a cryptically coloured dark-brown or black.

    The Peacock can be found in woods, fields, meadows, pastures, parks, and gardens, and from lowlands up to 2,500 metres (8,200ft) elevation. It is a relatively common butterfly seen in many European parks and gardens. The Peacock male exhibits territorial behaviour, in many cases territories being selected en route of the females to oviposition sites.

    The butterfly hibernates over winter before laying its eggs in early spring, in batches of up to 400 at a time. The eggs are ribbed and olive-green in colour and laid on the upper parts, and, the undersides of leaves of nettle plants and hops. The caterpillars, which are shiny black with six rows of barbed spikes and a series of white dots on each segment, and which have a shiny black head, hatch after about a week. The Chrysalis may be either grey, brown or green in colour and may have a blackish tinge. The caterpillars grow up to 42mm in length.

    Leopard Fritillary - Timelaea maculata

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Genus: Timelaea

    Wingspan: 44 – 56 mm

    Occurrence from June to August. Adults are flying quickly.

    Orange winged with dark black stripes.

    Yellow Orange Tip - Ixias py rene

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Ixias

    Habitat: Open country

    Distribution: Indo-China

    Forewing length: 35 mm

    Wing span: 6 – 7cm

    Dry-season brood. Male upperside: deep sulphur-yellow. Fore wing: base and basal half of costa thickly irrorated with black scales; apical half of the wing black, with an enclosed, large, irregularly triangular, orange-coloured patch, the apex of which is more or less broadly rounded and blunt; the orange colour extends into the apex of the cell bat is interrupted there by a black discocellular spot that spreads diffusely inwards and joins the black oblique bar which forms the base of the orange patch; veins that traverse this latter, black. Hind wing: uniform with a little black scaling at extreme base; termen with a dusky-black somewhat narrow border (sometimes entirely absent) which decreases in width posteriorly.

    Lemon Migrant - Catopsilia pomona

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Catopsilia

    Distribution : Sri Lanka, India to Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Langkawi, Malaysia, Tioman, Singapore, Sumatra, Java, Borneo, Palawan, Philippines.

    Lemon Emigrant is a medium sized pierid butterfly found in Asia and parts of Australia. The species gets its name from its habit of migration.

    Interesting aspects: Occurs as pale and dark forms, which differ mainly in that the dark forms are more yellow and in the females the width of the black colour along the wing margins is better developed, and there is sometimes a dark purple central blotch in the hindwing beneath in the pale female form. The chief distinguishing feature is that the dark forms have black antennae while the pale forms have pink antennae. Both forms fly together and are produced from the same batch of eggs. Breeding studies suggest that higher temperatures and longer day length may promote the dark form.

    Common Jester - Symbrenthia lilaea

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Subfamily: Nymphalinae Genus: Symbrenthia Species: S. hippoclus

    The Common Jester, Symbrenthia hippoclus is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia and Southeast Asia.

    Wet-season form male. Upperside black, with orange-yellow markings as follows:

    Fore wing: discoidal streak clavate, bi-indentate above; a contiguous spot at base of interspace 3; a short, outwardly oblique band from middle of dorsum contracted in the middle; another outwardly oblique, somewhat macular, short, broad, preapical band from beyond middle of costa to interspace 4, with two small spots above it in interspaces 5 and 6.

    Hind wing: a very broad sub-basal transverse band narrow at the costal margin, a postdiscal narrower similar band contracted into a line towards costal margin, sometimes traversed by a line of black spots and a subterminal very slender line.

    Dry season form at Samsing in Darjeeling district of West Bengal, India.

    Underside, ochraceous orange with numerous spots and lines of ferruginous, that form on fore wing a short, outwardly oblique streak not extending beyond interspaced, and on hind wing a sub-basal transverse streak in continual ion of the above streak on the fore wing; also on both wind's a series of obscure postdiscal cone-shaped marks, irrorated and rendered indistinct on the hind wing by a large patch of pink scales turning to a bluish lunule in interspace 3; fore wing with a ferruginous, hind wing with a pale yellow subterminal line.

    Antennae black, ochraceous at apex; head with ferruginous pubescence; thorax and abdomen black on upperside, ochraceous beneath.

    Indian Fritillary - Argyreus hyperbius

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Nymphalidae Genus: Argynnis

    Wingspan: 70-80 mm

    Distribution: China, Japan, Korea, India, SEAsia

    It flies fast but tends to settle frequently, especially for the male butterflies during their patrolling routine at hilltops. The female mimics the poisonous Plain Tiger (Danaus chrysippus). There is a white band at the back apex of each forewing. The male is often found guarding its territory or chasing off other butterflies at hilltops. The female occurs mostly in lowlands where it looks for suitable places to lay eggs.

    Club ends of antennae are rounded. Males are similar to Phalanta phalantha in appearance, only larger, and underside is marked by irregular white, black and brown specks.

    Cabbage White - Pieris rapae

    Order: Lepidoptera Family: Pieridae Genus: Pieris Species: P. rapae

    Caterpillar Hostplants

    Many members of the Cruciferae including cabbage, brocolli, and collards. Also nasturtiums and Cleome.

    Area Sighting
    Locations

    Everywhere

    Seasonal Flight Data

    February - November

    General Notes

    One of the most common butterflies of the Metroplex (and the Country!), it is often seen searching for hostplants on which to oviposit. Larvae can be an agricultural pest. Easily attracted to the backyard by planting one of the preferred hostplants.

    Characteristics: White, with one (male) or two (female) rounded black spots on dorsal forewing. Black apical suffusion on dorsal forewing, and dark suffusion on dorsal wings nearest body.

    Similar Species: Checkered White (Pontia protodice)

    Larval Foodplants: Many native and introduced species of the Mustard family (Cruciferae) including the following: garden vegetables--cabbage, cauliflower, kale, mustard greens, radish; other -- nasturtium and mustard (Brassica sp.). The green larvae are economically important pests on cruciferous crops, particularly cabbage, and chemical pesticide treatments or treatments with a microbial insecticide (formulated from a bacterial species, Bacillus thuringiensis) are often required to bring populations down to economically tolerable levels.


    Payment

    Payment: By Paypal

    Shipping cost

    Free shipping cost.

    We send the goods to USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, EU countries and some other European and Asian countries by E-express, a kind of fast postal service by Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days for delivery.

    We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail and will take about 8 to 14 working days for delivery.

    Return policy

    Returns: We accept returns with any reason in 30 days.

    Messages

    We will answer buyer messages within 24 hours during working days.


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