Real Taxidermy Iridescent Beetle | Green Metallic Wood-boring Beetle (Chrysochroa wallacei) 1.75″ Dried Specimen

Real Taxidermy Iridescent Beetle | Green Metallic Wood-boring Beetle (Chrysochroa wallacei) 1.75″ Dried Specimen

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Description

• Iridescence occurs in animals such as the Chrysochroa wallacei beetle, a species of the metallic wood-boring beetles. Iridescence is the property of surfaces that change color when viewed from different angles, meaning that iridescent surfaces reflect different wavelengths of light at different angles
• Dried beetles are often used in home decor crafts or jewelry making because of the pretty iridescent quality of these wings The wood-boring beetle, a member of the Buprestidae family has a glossy surface with iridescent colors varying from blue to red or violet and a little bit of turquoise
• Real taxidermy insect specimens that have been dried and preserved. All specimens are legally and ethically sourced and limited stock
• You will receive beetles similar to the reference specimens. Enlarged image included to show detail, images may not be to scale
• Each specimen is approximately 1.75-2″ long overall and roughly .5″ tall and 5/8-7/8″ wide

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Weight 4 oz
Quantity

1 piece, 5 pieces