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The Atlas Moth is one of the largest lepidopteran insects, with a wingspan stretching up to an impressive 27cm. 


Named after Atlas, the Titan of Greek Mythology, due to its impressive wingspan, in Cantonese the name interprets to ‘Snake’s Head Moth’, as the tip of their wings bear an uncanny resemblance to the head of a cobra.


Positioned and pinned to best display its natural colourings and patterns, this specimen has been displayed in a minimalist black frame allowing it to easily slip amongst your most treasured pieces. A PH-neutral mount and enamelled specimen pins have been used to ensure your specimen is preserved for years to come.


Each specimen has been pinned with precision and care by Jason in his studio, to best showcase each unique colour pattern and formation.


The frame measures 27x27x6cms and can be easily hung on the wall or positioned upright amongst your vignette. 


To best preserve specimen colour and vibrancy, display out of direct sunlight and away from moisture.


Please allow 1-2 days handling time as every framed specimen is made to order. 

Atlas Moth

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