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Contents: Bug display specimens, hermit crab specimens

BUG AND CRAB SPECIMENS

Only dead specimens were collected by one couple (old friends) from Myrtle Beach, SC, then carefully preserved.  One of a kind, you get exactly what you see in each photo.  

All specimens harvested from the North/South Carolina (Atlantic Ocean) beach shores or on private land.  This is not a mass produced item.  We have the exclusive source of what they find and preserve from sea & land.   

We are known for our Weird and Dead Stuff, this is our newest offering!

 

Bugs

Specimens are in wooden display box with glass front.  Box is 5" x 5" x 1-1/2" thick.  

No hanger on the back, it can be laid flat for display, or you can add your own wall hanger to the back.

$24 each

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Patent Leather beetle, Cicada, Eastern Eyed Click beetle

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Wheel bug, Digger Bee, Bee Killer, Black Horse Fly

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#BUG-4  South Eastern Lubber Grasshopper

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#BUG-5  South Eastern Lubber Grasshopper

 

REAL HERMIT CRAB SPECIMENS IN real SHELLS   

Crabs carefully preserved by tanning, making it leathery & flexible, not brittle.   One of a kind, you get exactly what you see in this photo.  

Hermit crab in extra small whelk shell

Average 2" long shell.

$14 each

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Hermit crab in small whelk shell

Average 2-3/4" long shell.

$16 each

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Hermit crab in medium whelk shell

Average 3-1/4" long shell.

$18 each

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Hermit crab in large whelk shell

Average 3-1/2" long shell.

$20 each

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Hermit crab in extra large whelk shell

4" long shell.

$26 each

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Hermit crab in a glass shell - photo for your enjoyment as a weird and wonderful thing!  Display only.

 

Real EMERALD BEETLES as Jewelry

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Talk about being green, why not wear a bug?  

What's so weird about that?  Well, it's an Emerald Beetle from Thailand, about 1-1/2" long.  

The Thai people catch them and EAT THEM.  They pull off the wings and scoop out the nutty flavored white meat - the long-fingered ladies in particular scoop the meat out easily with their nails.  

These beetles died naturally after reproducing, then are made into pins with brass pieces with legs, glued to the bottom, and then sold as lovely insect jewelry!  

How's that for weird!  We now have them available!  

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#W-1  Emerald beetle brooch, 1-1/2" long.

$19 each

 

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#W-1-A  Cool Emerald beetle wing cluster earrings, 2" long.

$24/ pair