The Scarlet Mormon Butterfly - Papilio rumanzovia
Papilio rumanzovia is a species of butterfly within the family Papilionidae. It’s native to Southeastern Asia, particularly in the Philippines, Indonesia, and Taiwan. The species was named after Nicholas Rumanzow, then-Chancellor of the Russian Empire. It boasts a wingspan between 4.72 and 5.51 inches. It’s also a sexually dimorphic species, with males being almost solid-black on their topsides, while the females boast distinct red markings on both their wings’ topsides and undersides (to which the common name “Scarlet Mormon” refers)- and are considerably larger as well.
Black and red have traditionally been considered colors of true elegance (especially when brought together); members of this species (especially the females) are no exception. Our all-natural, intact specimens (no fake parts here!) are all of first-rate quality, delicately prepared, mounted, and framed with double-glass glazing in our very own fabrication studio in Upstate New York. We model our frames from solid fine ashwood, and they’re available in both a matte-black, and a natural finish.
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Dimensions: 8.00"W x 7.00"H x 1.63"D
Scientific Name: Papilio rumanzovia
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