Glass dome Morpho Didius

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Blue Morpho glass dome butterflies entomology

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10 x Morpho didius under glass dome

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SPECIES : Morpho didius
Morpho didius has a wingspan reaching 150 millimetres (5.9 in), making it one of the largest of Morphospecies. The dorsal side of the wings are iridescent and metallic blue, and the forewings are quite elongated. This species can be found in Peru. The larva feeds on palm trees.

Hopffer, 1874

GENUS : Morpho

This genus includes over 29 accepted species and 147 accepted subspecies, found mostly in South America, Mexico, and Central America. Morpho wingspans range from 7.5 cm (3.0 in) for M. rhodopteron to 20 cm (7.9 in) for M. hecuba, the imposing sunset morpho. The name morpho, meaning “changed” or “modified”, is also an epithet.

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FAMILY : Nymphalidae

The Nymphalidae are the largest family of butterflies, with more than 6,000 species distributed throughout most of the world. Belonging to the superfamily Papilionoidea, they are usually medium-sized to large butterflies.

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ORDER : Lepidoptera

Well-known groups of Lepidoptera include plume moths, hawk-moths, loopers, swift-moths, skippers, butterflies, tiger moths, grass moths, clearwing moths, clothes moths and burnet moths. Worldwide there are around 160,000 known species in 120 families; in Britain there are about 2,570 species in 72 families.

Read more on the Royal Entomological Society web site 

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