White Framed Pearl Morpho Butterfly


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Known as the most iridescent butterfly in the world, the Pearl Morpho butterfly (Morpho sulkowski) is often seen flying along rivers, where its shimmering blue wings blend in with the river water, providing camouflage. This morpho butterfly is endemic to the Andean cloud forests and can fly up to 10.000 feet. This is one of over 80 different type of Morpho Butterflies. 


COMMON NAME: Pearl Morpho Butterfly
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Morpho sulkowski
LOCALITY: Central & South America
Please note specimens may vary in size and appearance since they're each unique and real
Museum quality shadowbox frame with UV blocking glass
6" x 6" x 1.25"
San Francisco, CA
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Bug Under Glass (B.U.G.) is a collection of biological art combining conservation, natural history, and design. Their framed insect displays feature eco-friendly natural biological specimens, museum-grade 99% UV blocking glass, and a gallery-quality shadowbox frames. Every piece of art includes natural history info and a biological story about the specimen displayed, made by the artist in Northern California for 20 years.

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