White Framed Mint Morpho Butterfly


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The Mint Morpho is unique among blue morpho butterflies because unlike most butterflies in this family which are iridescent blue, the Mint Morpho has translucent wings that are a pale minty blue. It has dark strips on the underside, which can be seen from the top side and is known as a “White Morpho”. It can be found from Colombia down to Paraguay and like the other species of Morphos, it is fond of rotting fruit and tree sap, which can give it an intoxicatingly effect.


COMMON NAME: Mint Morpho Butterfly
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Morpho catenarius
LOCALITY: 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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