Blue Bottle Butterfly in Resin, Graphium sarpedon Linnaeus
28.00 – 31.00
The Common Blue Bottle (Graphium Sarpedon) or sometimes called the Blue Triangle, is a member of the swallowtail family. It is commonly found in South and Southeast Asia. It mainly lives in humid, low-level rain forests where it can be seen flying just above the tree canopy.
In Australia they are often seen in urban gardens due to their adaption to a drier subtropical environment. The larvae typically feed on cinnamon trees and are often found in cinnamon tree plantations.
This real butterfly is preserved in a crystal clear lucite block, making every detail visible from all angles. This specimen is a great educational piece or makes for a beautiful scientific display. Add a nice finishing touch to your preserved butterfly with an optional display stand. Made of clear acrylic, this stand really enhances the piece, giving it a nice viewing angle.
As with all real butterflies in resin, size, coloration and positioning can vary slightly. Lucite block measures approximately 3 inches square.
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Very beautiful piece, I’m very happy to have it on my shelf