Framed Dead "Bugs"*, retail $TBA
Manufactured by (Unknown)
Last updated 03-13-11

I've had these for quite a few years now, that's why they do not look brand spanken new in the above photographs!!!

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These are framed, dried insects (or "bugs" if you prefer; or "sects" if you regularly listen to the metal band "Anthrax").

In the above photograph, right to left, are:
1: The Common Jay
2:The Atlas Moth
3: The Spot Swordtail butterfly

* I know that these things are actually called "insects" and not "bugs"; but most viewers of this web page would immediately think "bugs" when they see the photographs.

These are a damselfly and two dragonflies.
From top to bottom:
1: Vestalis gracilis
2: Brachythemis contaminata
3: Otrthetrum testaceum

This appears to be a blue Morpho butterfly; which
I believe are indiginous to South America.

And this, my friends, is a Luna Moth; the type of moth you
see on the Lunesta sleeping pill commercials.

I obtained these over the last twenty years or so from various sources.


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