Chrysina beyeri Real Jewel Scarab Framed Display by Butterfly-Designs

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Chrysina beyeri real jewel scarab beetle from Indonesia framed in an Archival Insect Conservation Display

   Real Green archival Chrysina beyeri jewel scarab beetle from Indonesia in an Archival Conservation Display

Frame Size 4" Wide x 5" Tall


Chrysina beyeri archival insect jewel scarab beetle from Indonesia in an Archival Conservation Display


This beetle species is known as Beyers Scarab. This beetle has a lime green shell and a shiny pink legs...amazing colors!
These beautiful beetles are also known as jewel scarabs for their bright colors and are very popular among collectors.

Chrysina beyeri real insect jewel scarab beetle archival framed in an Archival Conservation Display from Indonesia


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All of our shadowbox frames are made from solid wood with a glass front. The backing boards are an old world parchment with the name and country of origin of each specimen printed directly on boards under the insect.
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All of the real Exotic Butterflies and More, moths, jewel scarab beetles, spiders and other framed insects Conservation Insect Display like this Chrysina beyeri archival insect jewel scarab beetle from Indonesia in an Archival Conservation Display in an Archival Conservation Display used in our framed shadowbox collections  have been raised on natural cruelty free tropical farms around the world. These educational farms, aviaries and co-ops provide A real source of income for native people who would otherwise have to sell trees off of their land or raise cattle which are both ecologically disastrous. Tropical butterflies, moths, jewel scarab beetles, spiders and other insects are important members of these fragile ecosystems. If their natural habitats are allowed to disappear, then they to will vanish forever. Everything possible must be done to  preserve them. We are the nations leading wholesale gift industry supplier of educational butterfly art wholesale natural art made from real shadow box framed butterflies, moths, jewel scarab beetles, spiders and insect collections. A natural framed moth and  butterfly art collection, framed moth collection or other insect collection gift  in an artistic shadowbox frame can be both educational and a natural gift of  beauty. All of our butterfly collections, insect collections, moth collections and  jewel scarab beetles collections include an educational and informative leaflet that explains about these real insects and their environment. Butterfly art wholesale... Butterfly Designs  Exotic Butterflies and More Retail... Made in USA...

Butterfly-Designs has been manufacturing  Exotic Butterflies and More Real framed butterfly Real insect wholesale framed butterfly designs since 1992. We have a long standing reputation for delivering  high quality wholesale framed butterfly and wholesale real framed insect collections for butterfly designs retail sales. Real insect collecting has always been a popular past time and we hope that you enjoy our framed insects and real framed butterflies as a part of your collection. Real framed butterflies and real butterfly pictures are always make great real butterfly gifts.


Colorful bright insect banded archival
Eupholus is a genus of jewel scarab beetle in the family Curculionidae. These jewel scarab beetles are known as the jewels of the forest. The species include some of the most colorful of the archival. The colors may be a warning to predators that they are distasteful. Most species feed upon yam leaves, some of which are toxic to other animals. The species occur in Papua New Guinea, West Irian, and adjacent Islands.