Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus

Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus

Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus,Monarch Butterfly Common Name: Monarch Scientific Name: Danaus plexippus Sex: Female Origin: North America The monarch butterfly,Danaus plexippus,is a milkweed butterfly,subfamily Danainae,in the family Nymphalidae,It may be the most familiar North American butterfly,Its wings feature an,Monarch Butterfly,Common Name: Monarch,Scientific Name: Danaus plexippus,Sex: Female,Origin: North America,The monarch butterfly,Danaus plexippus,is a milkweed butterfly,subfamily Danainae,in the family Nymphalidae,It may be the most familiar North American butterfly,Its wings feature an easily recognizable orange and black pattern,with a wingspan of 8,9–10,2 cm,3½–4 in,The viceroy butterfly appears similar in color and pattern,but is markedly smaller and has an extra black stripe across the hind wing,The eastern North American monarch population is notable for its annual southward late-summer/autumn migration from the United States and southern Canada to Mexico,During the fall migration,it covers thousands of miles,with a corresponding multi-generational return North,The western North American population of monarchs west of the Rocky Mountains most often migrate to sites in California but have been found in overwintering Mexico sites,Monarchs were transported to the International Space Station and were bred there,Frame size: 5" x 7",Frame color: Black,Glass: 99% UV protected conservation clear glass,Each framed insect comes with an information card attached to the back of the frame stating the common name,scientific name,and origin of the insect,Framed insects shipped within the 48 Continental United States are always shipped Priority Mail,All my pieces are packaged with great care and LOTS of bubble wrap,I'm sorry,but this item only ships within the US due to permits and regulations,Thank you for your understanding,I am a biologist and an artist,The natural world has always inspired me,Most people think of insects as creepy and ugly,but I think they are interesting and beautiful,I aspire to present insects as a unique piece of art,which both the collector and novice can appreciate,My hope is that people will be intrigued by my pieces and inspired to learn more about the natural world,Every day is Earth Day,New insects will be added shortly,Thank you for visiting my etsy shop,Please convo me if you have any questions,Have a great day

Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus

Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus
Real Monarch butterfly framed insect bug gift Danaus plexippus