Hexarthrius mandibularis is one of the world's largest stag beetle. It belongs to the tribe Lucanini, in the family Lucanidae.
This beetle has a dull, dark, brick reddish body. Both the legs and antennae are blackish. The most notable characteristic are the large, antler-like mandibles. These have small teeth running down the inside edge, with one large, forward-pointing pair located approximately a third of the way down from the tips. The tips are forked inward somewhat.
~ Species: Hexarthrius mandibularis sumatranus * XXL
~ Native Origin: Indonesia
~ Quality: A1 ; Body alone 104 mm not including legs ! ! !
~ Frame Details: 8” H x 6” W x 3” D
+ Museum Quality shadowbox with archival mat and glass window. All materials are built to last a lifetime. Picture hanger is included.
+ Background: Insect name and origin printed on Old World-style parchment paper.
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Our creations are better than old-fashioned museum displays and designed to last for a lifetime, We are using the latest technology (clear silicon) for sealing and double protection for most expensive projects. This is why our artwork with butterflies and insects is being used by many interior designers for creating exceptional displays.
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Avoid exposure to extremes of temperature, humidity, or to direct sunlight. With proper care you will enjoy this marvel of the natural world for many decades to come.
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