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Started by Hercules beetle, October 17, 2014, 06:38:54 PM
Quote from: Hercules beetle on October 17, 2014, 09:54:15 PMIs there anybody with pictures around here? butterflies are very common and moths are rare, right?Oh and also, i really want a queen alexanders birdwing butterfly, i have seem them before in the dinosaur toy forum.
Quote from: bmathison1972 on October 17, 2014, 10:03:38 PMHere are my smaller silkworm moth (Saturniidae) figures; the large luna moth by Safari LTD (Smithsonian Collection) is not included here:BACK ROW:1) cecropia moth caterpillar, Hyalophora cecropia (Safari LTD, Smithsonian Collection)MIDDLE ROW, left to right:1) atlas moth, Attacus atlas (Kaiyodo, Capsule Q Animatales)2) emperor gum moth, Opodiphthera eucalypti (Cadbury, Yowies-Australian release)3) ailanthus moth, caterpillar, Samia Cynthia (Kaiyodo, Caterpillars 1)FRONT ROW, left to right:1) small emperor moth, Saturnia pavonia (Kaiyodo, Souvenirs Entomologiques)2) luna moth life cycle, Actias luna (Safari LTD, Safariology)
Quote from: brontodocus on October 17, 2014, 10:09:52 PMWonderful! You should probably have removed the fly screen cheese dome thing from the Souvenirs Entomologiques Saturnia pavonia to show the female underneath, too. I could probably add some lepidopteran figures, too. Although I doubt I have any that Blaine doesn't have.
Quote from: bmathison1972 on October 17, 2014, 10:32:22 PMhornworms or hawk moths, Sphingidae.From left to right:1) deaths-head hawkmoth, caterpillar, Acherontia lachesis (Kaiyodo, Capsule Q Caterpillars 1)2) scrofa moth, Hippotion scrofa (Cadbury, Yowies--Australian release)3) impatiens hawkmoth, caterpillar, Theretra oldenlandiae (Kaiyodo, Capsule Q Caterpillars 2)
Quote from: Hercules beetle on October 17, 2014, 10:24:51 PMSeeing some atlases on ebay... must be new right? would of seen it before.
Quote from: bmathison1972 on October 18, 2014, 12:20:56 AMthe ever-popular monarch butterfly, Danaus plexippus.This figure is commonly made as a toy/figure, from bin-sets to authentic replicas. Here are some of my figures of this species:TOP ROW, left to right:1) larva, Safari LTD (Smithsonian Insects)2) adult, Safari LTD (Hidden Kingdom Insects-original)3) small adult, Safari LTD (Authentics Insects Box Set)4) adult, CollectABOTTOM ROW, left to right:1) adult, Cadbury (Yowies-Australian release)2) adult, Cadbury (Yowies-UK release)3) life cycle, Safari LTD (Safariology)--the adult will be released individually in 2015 as a 'Hidden Kingdoms' figure.
Quote from: Hercules beetle on October 18, 2014, 12:23:22 AMCool. i plan on getting the wild republic bug set which has a monarch.but i really want the DHHM caterpillar.