Lacewing Butterfly Life Cycle in Lucite Taxidermy Paperweight
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• Named by Drury in 1773, the Lacewing Butterfly is a heliconiine species in the Nymphalidae family. Its name is derived from the evident exquisite lace-like patterns on the underwings. Due to its tendency to spread wings only showing its under-wings, it is much simpler to see the lace-like patterns
• These paperweights are a perfect way to explore these fascinating specimens from every angle without worrying about harming the specimen.
• Different batches may have a yellow tint; this will not affect the visibility of the specimen. Keep out of sunlight to prevent further yellowing
• You will receive one life cycle of lacewing butterfly in lucite piece similar to the reference specimens
• Roughly 6.5″ long, 3″ tall and roughly .75″ thick (different batches may slightly vary in size)