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Started by Weaselfan93, July 22, 2013, 06:18:13 AM
Quote from: Weaselfan93 on August 01, 2013, 03:13:26 AMdo you mean you have seven insects from the Smithsonian collection or seven lubber grasshoppers?
Quote from: bmathison1972 on November 22, 2013, 08:26:42 PMHands down this is one of the finest insect replicas made...and I have A LOT of them.Andre, I think I have you beat; I have 9 of the Smithsonian Insects: lubber grasshopper; leaf insect; luna moth; stag beetle; Coprophanaeus dung beetle; cercropia moth caterpillar; Scolopendra centipede; Emperor scorpion; Chinese mantid...I may have a spider of some sort too but I can't remember. I think there was also a monarch butterfly (adult and caterpillar?)I have a green darner and Morpho, but they are part of the Hidden Kingdom Line.
Quote from: bmathison1972 on November 22, 2013, 09:15:46 PMyes, the FLEA! OK, I have 10 (at least)--and the flea is hands down one of the best insect figures made. I have only two others, with a fourth on the way...
Quote from: dinocat62 on November 24, 2013, 05:56:27 AMQuote from: bmathison1972 on November 22, 2013, 09:15:46 PMyes, the FLEA! OK, I have 10 (at least)--and the flea is hands down one of the best insect figures made. I have only two others, with a fourth on the way...I have these plus Monarch butterfly (4 legs!) and caterpillar, bumblebee with easily breakable wings, stage beetle. Other large Safari insects (but not listed Smithsonian): fire ant, red-legged tarantula, jumping spider, previously mentioned centipede.
Quote from: brontodocus on July 29, 2013, 03:27:13 PMIt's one of my favourite figures from the Smithsonian Collection, too (currently I have seven of them). Weaselfan93, would you add a few more photos to your first post? It would just make it a walk-around more properly that way. And the figure definitely deserves it!