Male sport two large mandibles which are used for fighting other males. These fights will usually be over mating rights but may also be over food. Despite their ‘menacing’ appearance are not carnivorous and feed mostly on tree sap and rotting fruits.
~ Species: Lamprima Adolphinae * Red Form Rare
~ Native Origin: Papua New Guinea
~ Frame Details: 4½” H x 4” W x 1¼” D
* * * White frame available by request.
+ 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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