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  • Title: ianni butterfly - Home
    Descriptive info: .. Ianni Butterfly Enterprises.. World's most known and reliable supplier.. Superior quality.. unmounted.. insect specimens.. Home.. Mounting Guides.. Shipping Info.. Our Guarantee.. Contact.. News/Info from Chuck.. Online Catalog.. Butterflies.. Moths.. Beetles.. Other Insects.. Favorites.. New Additions.. Insect Mounting Pins.. Odds Ends.. Collector Specials- Bargains.. Quantity Price List.. List All Products.. Product Search.. Advanced Search.. Show Cart..  ...   October 26 , 2013.. See the first few paragraphs in News and Info from Chuck.. Please Note: we make heavy use of graphics to show our many beautiful specimens.. At times download may be slow but worth your wait.. Follow My Hands.. Online Mounting Guides.. P.. O.. Box 29365.. Parma, OH 44129 USA.. Fax: 440 888 8129..

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  • Title: ianni butterfly - Mounting Guides
    Descriptive info: How to Spread Butterflies and Mount Beetles.. click here:.. Follow-My-Hands Illustrated Guide.. Easy - to - Follow Text Version.. The most important part of spreading any insect that is dried and brittle is to soften them properly in a relaxing chamber.. The object is to get the stiffened specimen to absorb moisture in its body and all parts including wings and antennae.. You will want it to feel like a freshly caught specimen.. The best relaxing chamber is a plastic container about 5x7x4 or larger if necessary.. Wet a face cloth or several paper towels with water and lay these on the bottom of container, put a few moth crystals under cloth to prevent mold.. Lay the specimen or several specimens on the wet toweling and cover them with another wet towel.. Water will not harm or discolor insect.. Close lid and wait 12-24 hours for butterflies, beetles and insects of average size.. Wait 24-48 hours or more for larger insects.. (You could leave butterflies in envelopes but cut corners of envelope to allow moisture to penetrate.. Beetles can also be left in package but pierce packaging to allow moisture to penetrate.. This procedure requires a longer relaxing period) Check insects periodically.. They will be ready when all parts are flexible.. Spreading butterflies or moths:.. When specimen is relaxed and flexible, hold specimen under thorax, pinch thorax and squeeze gently and wings will open slightly.. While squeezing thorax to separate wings, carefully insert a pin half way  ...   pins very carefully, or leave thorax pin in thorax if you intend to pin it into a case.. Most chips, tears and antennae breaks can be easily repaired with clear or Elmers glue.. Scale rubs and scratches cannot be repaired and are generally caused by excessive pressure or heavy handedness.. Mounting beetles and other insects: When specimen is relaxed and flexible, gently wiggle and loosen up all legs, antennae, jaws and other parts.. Insert pin through body right side of center and pin specimen onto balsa wood or foam block.. Position each leg and anchor it in place using cross pin technique.. Arrange jaws and all other parts and antennae the same way.. Let dry 24-48+ hours.. Remove all pins very carefully but leave pin in body if you intend to pin it in a case.. Breaks repair easy with clear or Elmers glue.. Beetles have wings.. To spread them, lift each side of the shell cover like a hood of a car and pull the wing out and pin in place.. Speed Relaxing: Injecting the thorax of butterflies with warm water before you put them in the relaxer cuts down on waiting time and helps soften all parts more quickly.. This is recommended especially for large and robust bodied species.. Beetles can float in a bowl of very hot water for a few to several minutes and this allows all parts to become almost immediately flexible.. However, some beetles may slightly discolor.. Practice Makes Perfect !..

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  • Title: ianni butterfly - Shipping Info
    Descriptive info: Shipping Specimens Inside USA.. Shipping and handling charges are.. $8.. 00.. plus or minus.. All orders are shipped via US Post Office Priority Airmail.. Please allow 7 to 10 days for delivery.. Express Mail is available upon request with additional fees.. All orders are double-boxed for safety in transit.. Shipping for pins and supplies are approximate and will be billed based on weight and destination.. When combining insects with Riker  ...   and distances.. Shipping Specimens to Canada.. $12.. For the safety of your shipment, orders are shipped by U.. S.. Postal Registered Airmail.. Please allow 7 to 14 days for delivery.. No CITES species shipped out side of the USA.. Shipping Specimens Outside USA Canada.. $20.. 00.. Please allow 14 to 21 days for delivery.. This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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  • Title: ianni butterfly - Our Guarantee
    Descriptive info: Customer satisfaction is our top priority !.. All specimens are Superior First Quality or noted otherwise.. We take great pride and every precaution to package your order for safety in transit.. If you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us immediately for instructions to return or exchange, or to recieve a credit or refund.. We will do whatever is necessary to make your purchase a pleasant experience so you will want to come back again and again.. Box 81171.. Cleveland, OH 44181 USA..

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  • Title: ianni butterfly - NEWS INFO FROM CHUCK
    Descriptive info: News info from Chuck.. Dear Friends,.. Specimens with OE or on the Odds and Ends section means I only have that one pictured specimen available.. No backups.. When ordering and using a Credit Card, nothing is charged at the time of submitting the order.. Your order is not completed until I fill from stock and manually write the Invoice.. This will insure accurate charges and eliminate credits.. In mid March 2013, I am approaching 73 years old.. There will be insects on my Odds and Ends list that have been part of my collection, mostly unmounted, that are no longer available currently.. This list will contain both rare, semi rare, unique or unusual specimens of all groups.. The vast majority of the specimens on my ODDS and ENDS list are from old inventory.. I was not able to add these to the list with my old Web Site.. Now I can.. Some new items need pictures of individual specimens so that you know exactly what you are buying and receiving.. Some are unique to it s species and also need to be seen.. This is true with the Heliconius hybrids.. Some have legitimate subspecies names and some are intermediate forms.. If you want a fascinating , interesting and colorful collection, this is it.. An equally interesting collection would be the beetles in the family Pachyrynnchus weevils.. They are small, 1 to 2 cms body length, but powerful in beauty and color.. and interest.. No two alike.. Pachyrynnchus weevils are collected at medium to high elevations on medium sized trees and bushes by shaking the tree or bush.. Some play dead and fall to the forest litter and undergrowth and are impossible to find.. Some species are solitary or seen 2 or 3 at a time.. They are common or very rare and endemic to certain mountains and islands.. Described species number over 200 with variations due to different locations.. There will be more discoveries as new locales are explored.. Here is some information for all beginning insect collectors.. The abdomens of male Morphos are removed by breeders or field collectors because the body oils of the males can stain the wings.. In most cases the abdomens are discarded and not received with the butterfly shipment.. These first paragraph will be on every newsletter.. I have a lot of material in inventory that was put away for that rainy day.. Well it s not raining yet but this material needs to be sold.. There are some very important specimens for your collection and there are some things that may not be deemed important at this time.. However, most of the insects will never be offered by anyone on any list.. Watch the Odds and Ends list for the special offers.. PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS.. In the next few days, I will be offering a payment plan option.. Several people have commented that they would  ...   No orders will be reserved after the 90 period.. If no payment is received after the 90 days are up, you will get a 75% refund.. HELICONIUS BUTTERFLY INFORMATION.. The Heliconius were always my favorite collectable butterfly.. Very interesting and makes for an incredible display.. I ll be offering the hybrids.. What makes these so interesting ? Heliconius hybrids occur when two or three different species meet in a blend zone and interbreed.. A blend zone is an area where two or more valleys meet an the butterflies mingle.. The hybrids may carry all the characteristics of the parental forms or some of the characteristics may be eliminated in the gene transfers.. I ll be showing the underside profile and describe the interior in the description section.. What you see on the underside transfers to the inside.. The colors inside will be much more brilliant and even expanded beyond the shown pattern.. Some of the hybrids do have legitimate intergrade form names.. Pricing is arbitrary depending on the beauty and importance.. See these on ODDS and ENDS list.. GOLIATHUS BEETLES.. Several comments have mentioned the fact that you never know what you re going to get when ordering Goliath beetles from anywhere.. Will the white be white, will the colors be vivid, will the pubescens be rubbed off.. So, I have pictured the exact specimen you will be receiving from me when ordering.. Take the guess work out.. See my Goliathus beetles on the Odds and Ends beetle list or in the regular Cetonidae listings.. EUPHAEDRA BUTTERFLIES.. This is the most confusing species in need of serious revision.. There are too many seasonal differences, location differences, hybridization and other contributing factors.. No breeding programs to study are in place.. All are net captured.. It is the general practice to display the verso because of the pastel colors.. Generally, the verso ( underside) is in better quality than the inside.. It s your choice on which side to display.. You can see these on Odds and Ends butterflies.. More examples will be added later.. MADAGASCAR.. I remember hearing on a nature program that Madagascar was the very first island of our world.. That may explain why nearly all insects from Madagascar are endemic to that location.. It has been reported for a long time that the island has been gradually deforested for firewood, population spread and growth and land erosion.. HELICONIUS-- FRENCH GUIANA.. Several years ago, my son Chuck and Jim Maudsley went to French Guiana to study the Heliconius found at Commune de Roura, French Guiana.. This area is a blend zone for different Heliconius to mingle and interbreed.. This results in several different legitimate subspecies as described in Heliconius and Related Genera by Holzinger.. The butterflies I offer for your collection are very seldom or never offered by anyone.. This is a rare opportunity to acquire these.. Please see: HelOE937 and HelOE938..

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  • Title: ianni butterfly - Follow My Hands
    Descriptive info: Spreading Butterflies - An Illustrated Guide.. click here for the easy-to-follow text guide.. " target="_blank">..

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