Insect Designs has just been updated with some new specimens from Costa Rica, including some really nice Chrysina species, Heliconius cydno pachinus and Parides childrenae. Please visit us soon for a browse as stock of several of these is extremely limited.
Friday, February 25, 2011
Friday, February 18, 2011
Insect Designs has just been updated with some very lovely specimens from the Philippines, including some restocks and some hard to get new species. Of special note is the rare Lexias hikarugenzi from Luzon. We only have one male available, so you'll need to be quick to get it. We also have three hard to get Kaniska canace benguetana males.
Please visit soon for a browse.
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Insect Designs has just received some fresh butterflies from Colombia, including various Caligo species and red Heliconius doris. We are looking forward to receiving some fresh Morphos from there in the coming months.
Insect Designs has just received some really nice Dynastes hercules lichyi and neptunus specimens from Colombia. These are highly desirable to collectors and will not last long. Please visit soon for a browse.
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
The beetles pages and Other Bugs pages at Insect Designs have just been updated with some restocks and new items from Indonesia. Of special note are the large cave spiders. They are difficult to measure as they are nearly all leg, so the measurement you will see in the web store is 30mm for the body only, excluding all of the legs. This will give you an idea of how large they are when you see the photograph. They look truly fearsome.
Insect Designs has just been updated with a number of new butterfly specimens from India. It is really difficult getting good quality material from this region and we are pleased to be able to offer a few nice specimens to our customers. Stock of A1 material is very limited.
Thursday, February 3, 2011
Insect Designs has just received a new parcel from India containing some really nice butterflies that have been out of stock for a while. A1 stock is very limited of many of these. Of note are the really lovely Lexias khasiana and cynipardus, and the reduced price on the equally lovely Euthalia franchiae.