6 Arthropod Set Prawn Grasshopper Centipede Bee Butterfly Spider Specimen For Sale

6 Arthropod Set Prawn Grasshopper Centipede Bee Butterfly Spider Specimen


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6 Arthropod Set Prawn Grasshopper Centipede Bee Butterfly Spider Specimen:
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  • A set of 6 genuine different Arthropods (Oriental River Prawn - Macrobrachium nipponensis, Grasshopper: Rice Locust - Oxya chinensis, Centipede - Scolopendra subspini, Ghost Spider - Neoscona punctigera,Small Cabbage White - Pieris rapae,Honey Bee - Apis mellifera) permanently encased in clear lucite material. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put living animals right at your fingertips!
  • Anyone can safely explore the animals from every angle.
  • It is clear enough for microscope observation.
  • A set of 6 genuine different Arthropods (Oriental River Prawn - Macrobrachium nipponensis, Grasshopper: Rice Locust - Oxya chinensis, Centipede - Scolopendra subspini, Ghost Spider - Neoscona punctigera,Small Cabbage White - Pieris rapae,Honey Bee - Apis mellifera) permanently encased in clear lucite material. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put living animals right at your fingertips!

    Anyone can safely explore the animals from every angle.

    It is clear enough for microscope observation.

    Body size of the Prawn is 4.2 cm (1.6 inch), Grasshopper is 2.3 cm (0.9 inch), Centipede is 6.8 cm (2.7 inch), Ghost Spider is 1.7 cm (0.7 inch),

    Size of thelucite block is 16.5x7.8x2.0 cm (6.5x3.1x0.8 inch).

    Weight of the block is 310 gram and 340 gram with packing box.

    This is a handmade real animal specimen craft. Each one will be a bit different (specimen size, color and posture) even in the same production batch.
    The pictures in the listing are just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with same pictures.

    It is an ideal learning aid for students and kids and also a very good collectible item for every body

    ***

    Arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton (external skeleton), a segmented body, and jointed appendages. Arthropods are members of the phylum Arthropoda, and include the insects, arachnids, and crustaceans. Arthropods are characterized by their jointed limbs and cuticles, which are mainly made of α-chitin; the cuticles of crustaceans are also biomineralized with calcium carbonate. The rigid cuticle inhibits growth, so arthropods replace it periodically by moulting. The arthropod body plan consists of repeated segments, each with a pair of appendages. They are so versatile that they have been compared to Swiss Army knives, and it has enabled them to become the most species-rich members of all ecological guilds in most environments. They have over a million described species, making up more than 80% of all described living animal species, and are one of only two animal groups that are very successful in dry environments– the other being the amniotes. They range in size from microscopic plankton up to forms a few meters long.

    Rice Locust - Oxya chinensis

    Found in eastern Asia, occasionally a serious pest of rice, also attacks other crops

    Locust (family Tetrigidae, order Orthoptera) has a distinctive pronotum that extends back over all of the abdomen, often tapering to a point. Females lay eggs in damp soil. Can be found worldwide, mainly in warmer regions. On bare or sparsely covered ground in moist, wooded areas and the edges of bogs and lakes.

    Oriental River Prawn - Macrobrachium nipponensis

    In the freshwater shrimp, the most common type, lakes and rivers around the habitat. Eggs that are spawning in the summer is being protected by someone between the legs of the female swimmer in the abdomen. When newly hatched, called ZOEYA, and shrimp are quite different in shape, until it takes the form of shrimp a month. Growing and eating the remains of plankton sinking to the bottom, is the length to about 10cm.Can stay 1 day in the shadows, there is a nocturnal habit. Life is 1-2 years.

    Weight: 4 to 9 gram

    Distribution: Japan, China, SE Asia

    Around in the fresh water rivers and lakes, and is often seen in low-salinity waters of estuaries or fresh water. Caohu in shallow water.

    Red Headed Centipede - Scolopendra subspinipes

    Order: Scolopendromorpha Family: Scolopendridae Genus: Scolopendra

    Scolopendra subspinipes is a species of centipede. The native range is uncertain. The certain natural range is Meganesia and Indomalaya. The species is also found on virtually all land areas around and within the Indian Ocean, all of Tropical and Subtropical Asia (including Russia), South and Central America, and the Caribbean. However, how much of this range is natural and how much due to human introduction is unclear.With such a wide geographic range, the species is known by a great many common names including Chinese Red Head, Giant Centipede, Jungle Centipede, Orange Legged Centipede, Red Headed Centipede and Vietnamese Centipede.

    It is among the largest centipedes with a maximum length of 20cm. They are active and aggressive, preying on almost everything that they can overwhelm.

    It has colour variations. Its body is usually red or reddish brown with yellow or yellow-orange legs. In common with other members of genus Scolopendra, it has 21 body segments with each segment having one pair of legs attached. A pair of modified legs known as forcipules can be found on its head, which is covered by a flat shield and bears a pair of antennae. The forcipules are the major tools used by the centipede to kill its prey or for defense, as they have sharp claws that connect to venom glands. Centipedes breathe through the openings located along sides of their bodies. These openings are either round-shaped or S-shaped. They have simple eyes with poor vision, so they rely much on touch and their chemoreceptors.

    This is an aggressive and nervous arthropod which is ready to strike if interfered with and is sensitive to vibrations nearby. It preys primarily on insects or other predatory arthropods (like spiders), however, if it is large enough to overpower small vertebrates like mice or small reptiles, it will readily attempt to consume them as well. It tends to try to eat almost every living animal it encounters that is not longer than itself. It attacks its prey with the last prehensorial legs, then curves its head quickly behind to implant its venomous jaws deeply and firmly into the prey. The prey is held by the centipede's other legs until it dies from the fast-acting venom. During a fight, the centipede will use its entire body coiling the prey or enemy with its legs firmly attaching to the body of the opponent. Then, it will quickly penetrate its forcipules into the victim for venom injection.

    The male produces capsules containing mature sperm cells, spermatophores, which are deposited in a reservoir called the spermathecae of the female during mating. The female then fertilizes her immature eggs, oocytes, and deposits them in a dark, protected area. The female lays 50 to 80 eggs which she vigilantly protects until they hatch and the baby centipede molt once. If danger is detected she will wrap around her babies to keep them safe. The young centipedes molt once each year, and take three to four years to attain full adult size. Adults molt once every year. They may live for 10 years or more.

    S. subspinipes is a popular pet among arthropod hobbyists. The centipede was a traditional food source for Aboriginal Australians.

    Ghost Spider - Neoscona punctigera

    Order: Araneae Suborder: Araneomorphae Family: Araneidae
    Genus: Neoscona

    Female body length 8 - 12 mm, chest plate in the first dust-color, with white hair on the head, abdomen or back of the dust-color brown, gray and white short-haired closed, the central authorities have 2 black spots were arranged vertically, on the spot the next big small The spots are not obvious at the bottom of the cross with oblique, there is a chest on the back of the base on the tip under the wide spots. Living in low-lying plains to the mountains in the evening at the edge of the woods, under the eaves networks, the network will damage during the day hiding in the net next to the dead leaves or branches inside the habitat, and some individuals in the leaf surface to imitate animals, into 4 feet look like Shuizi like.

    Often found among the shrubs of the island. In other areas, this species usually rests in the day and builds webs at night to catch and feed. It moves both during the day and night.

    Distribution: China, Japan, Korea

    Small Cabbage White (Pieris rapae, family Pieridae, order Lepidoptera) are one of the commonest butterflies in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Its caterpillars feed on cabbages and other vegetables. It is slow in flying and easy to approach. The wings are white with black markings. Females typically lay single, elongate, ribbed eggs on host plants. The caterpillars have no spines or projections, but the pupae have a distinctive spiny projection that arises from the head end, and are held upright on the host plant by a silk "belt". They are often seen in groups around bird droppings, urine, or puddles in sunshine. They are serious pests of cabbage crops.

    Honey Bee - Apis mellifera

    The Western honey bee or European honey bee (Apis mellifera) is a species of honey bee. This species was introduced to China from early 20th century and has been raised widely around the country.

    In the temperate zone, honey bees survive winter as a colony, and the queen begins egg laying in mid to late winter, to prepare for spring. This is most likely triggered by longer day length. She is the only fertile female, and deposits all the eggs from which the other bees are produced. Except a brief mating period when she may make several flights to mate with drones, or if she leaves in later life with a swarm to establish a new colony, the queen rarely leaves the hive after the larvae have become full grown bees. The queen deposits each egg in a cell prepared by the worker bees. The egg hatches into a small larva which is fed by nurse bees (worker bees who maintain the interior of the colony). After about a week, the larva is sealed up in its cell by the nurse bees and begins the pupal stage. After another week, it will emerge an adult bee.

    For the first ten days of their lives, the female worker bees clean the hive and feed the larvae. After this, they begin building comb cells. On days 16 through 20, a worker receives nectar and pollen from older workers and stores it. After the 20th day, a worker leaves the hive and spends the remainder of its life as a forager. The population of a healthy hive in mid-summer can average between 40,000 and 80,000 bees.

    ***

    Item SpecificsCountry of Manufacture :ChinaCountry/Region of Manufacture :ChinaMaterial :ResinType :Collector PlateModified Item :NoHandmade :Yes
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    A set of 6 genuine different Arthropods (Oriental River Prawn - Macrobrachium nipponensis, Grasshopper: Rice Locust - Oxya chinensis, Centipede - Scolopendra subspini, Ghost Spider - Neoscona punctigera,Small Cabbage White - Pieris rapae,Honey Bee - Apis mellifera) permanently encased in clear lucite material. The specimens arecrystal clear, indestructible and transparent. Safe, authentic and completely unbreakable product put living animals right at your fingertips!

    Anyone can safely explore the animals from every angle.

    It is clear enough for microscope observation.

    Body size of the Prawn is 4.2 cm (1.6 inch), Grasshopper is 2.3 cm (0.9 inch), Centipede is 6.8 cm (2.7 inch), Ghost Spider is 1.7 cm (0.7 inch),

    Size of thelucite block is 16.5x7.8x2.0 cm (6.5x3.1x0.8 inch).

    Weight of the block is 310 gram and 340 gram with packing box.

    This is a handmade real animal specimen craft. Each one will be a bit different (specimen size, color and posture) even in the same production batch.
    The pictures in the listing are just for reference as we are selling multiple pieces with same pictures.

    It is an ideal learning aid for students and kids and also a very good collectible item for every body

    ***

    Arthropod is an invertebrate animal having an exoskeleton (external skeleton), a segmented body, and jointed appendages. Arthropods are members of the phylum Arthropoda, and include the insects, arachnids, and crustaceans. Arthropods are characterized by their jointed limbs and cuticles, which are mainly made of α-chitin; the cuticles of crustaceans are also biomineralized with calcium carbonate. The rigid cuticle inhibits growth, so arthropods replace it periodically by moulting. The arthropod body plan consists of repeated segments, each with a pair of appendages. They are so versatile that they have been compared to Swiss Army knives, and it has enabled them to become the most species-rich members of all ecological guilds in most environments. They have over a million described species, making up more than 80% of all described living animal species, and are one of only two animal groups that are very successful in dry environments– the other being the amniotes. They range in size from microscopic plankton up to forms a few meters long.

    Rice Locust - Oxya chinensis

    Found in eastern Asia, occasionally a serious pest of rice, also attacks other crops

    Locust (family Tetrigidae, order Orthoptera) has a distinctive pronotum that extends back over all of the abdomen, often tapering to a point. Females lay eggs in damp soil. Can be found worldwide, mainly in warmer regions. On bare or sparsely covered ground in moist, wooded areas and the edges of bogs and lakes.

    Oriental River Prawn - Macrobrachium nipponensis

    In the freshwater shrimp, the most common type, lakes and rivers around the habitat. Eggs that are spawning in the summer is being protected by someone between the legs of the female swimmer in the abdomen. When newly hatched, called ZOEYA, and shrimp are quite different in shape, until it takes the form of shrimp a month. Growing and eating the remains of plankton sinking to the bottom, is the length to about 10cm.Can stay 1 day in the shadows, there is a nocturnal habit. Life is 1-2 years.

    Weight: 4 to 9 gram

    Distribution: Japan, China, SE Asia

    Around in the fresh water rivers and lakes, and is often seen in low-salinity waters of estuaries or fresh water. Caohu in shallow water.

    Red Headed Centipede - Scolopendra subspinipes

    Order: Scolopendromorpha Family: Scolopendridae Genus: Scolopendra

    Scolopendra subspinipes is a species of centipede. The native range is uncertain. The certain natural range is Meganesia and Indomalaya. The species is also found on virtually all land areas around and within the Indian Ocean, all of Tropical and Subtropical Asia (including Russia), South and Central America, and the Caribbean. However, how much of this range is natural and how much due to human introduction is unclear.With such a wide geographic range, the species is known by a great many common names including Chinese Red Head, Giant Centipede, Jungle Centipede, Orange Legged Centipede, Red Headed Centipede and Vietnamese Centipede.

    It is among the largest centipedes with a maximum length of 20cm. They are active and aggressive, preying on almost everything that they can overwhelm.

    It has colour variations. Its body is usually red or reddish brown with yellow or yellow-orange legs. In common with other members of genus Scolopendra, it has 21 body segments with each segment having one pair of legs attached. A pair of modified legs known as forcipules can be found on its head, which is covered by a flat shield and bears a pair of antennae. The forcipules are the major tools used by the centipede to kill its prey or for defense, as they have sharp claws that connect to venom glands. Centipedes breathe through the openings located along sides of their bodies. These openings are either round-shaped or S-shaped. They have simple eyes with poor vision, so they rely much on touch and their chemoreceptors.

    This is an aggressive and nervous arthropod which is ready to strike if interfered with and is sensitive to vibrations nearby. It preys primarily on insects or other predatory arthropods (like spiders), however, if it is large enough to overpower small vertebrates like mice or small reptiles, it will readily attempt to consume them as well. It tends to try to eat almost every living animal it encounters that is not longer than itself. It attacks its prey with the last prehensorial legs, then curves its head quickly behind to implant its venomous jaws deeply and firmly into the prey. The prey is held by the centipede's other legs until it dies from the fast-acting venom. During a fight, the centipede will use its entire body coiling the prey or enemy with its legs firmly attaching to the body of the opponent. Then, it will quickly penetrate its forcipules into the victim for venom injection.

    The male produces capsules containing mature sperm cells, spermatophores, which are deposited in a reservoir called the spermathecae of the female during mating. The female then fertilizes her immature eggs, oocytes, and deposits them in a dark, protected area. The female lays 50 to 80 eggs which she vigilantly protects until they hatch and the baby centipede molt once. If danger is detected she will wrap around her babies to keep them safe. The young centipedes molt once each year, and take three to four years to attain full adult size. Adults molt once every year. They may live for 10 years or more.

    S. subspinipes is a popular pet among arthropod hobbyists. The centipede was a traditional food source for Aboriginal Australians.

    Ghost Spider - Neoscona punctigera

    Order: Araneae Suborder: Araneomorphae Family: Araneidae
    Genus: Neoscona

    Female body length 8 - 12 mm, chest plate in the first dust-color, with white hair on the head, abdomen or back of the dust-color brown, gray and white short-haired closed, the central authorities have 2 black spots were arranged vertically, on the spot the next big small The spots are not obvious at the bottom of the cross with oblique, there is a chest on the back of the base on the tip under the wide spots. Living in low-lying plains to the mountains in the evening at the edge of the woods, under the eaves networks, the network will damage during the day hiding in the net next to the dead leaves or branches inside the habitat, and some individuals in the leaf surface to imitate animals, into 4 feet look like Shuizi like.

    Often found among the shrubs of the island. In other areas, this species usually rests in the day and builds webs at night to catch and feed. It moves both during the day and night.

    Distribution: China, Japan, Korea

    Small Cabbage White (Pieris rapae, family Pieridae, order Lepidoptera) are one of the commonest butterflies in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Its caterpillars feed on cabbages and other vegetables. It is slow in flying and easy to approach. The wings are white with black markings. Females typically lay single, elongate, ribbed eggs on host plants. The caterpillars have no spines or projections, but the pupae have a distinctive spiny projection that arises from the head end, and are held upright on the host plant by a silk "belt". They are often seen in groups around bird droppings, urine, or puddles in sunshine. They are serious pests of cabbage crops.

    Honey Bee - Apis mellifera

    The Western honey bee or European honey bee (Apis mellifera) is a species of honey bee. This species was introduced to China from early 20th century and has been raised widely around the country.

    In the temperate zone, honey bees survive winter as a colony, and the queen begins egg laying in mid to late winter, to prepare for spring. This is most likely triggered by longer day length. She is the only fertile female, and deposits all the eggs from which the other bees are produced. Except a brief mating period when she may make several flights to mate with drones, or if she leaves in later life with a swarm to establish a new colony, the queen rarely leaves the hive after the larvae have become full grown bees. The queen deposits each egg in a cell prepared by the worker bees. The egg hatches into a small larva which is fed by nurse bees (worker bees who maintain the interior of the colony). After about a week, the larva is sealed up in its cell by the nurse bees and begins the pupal stage. After another week, it will emerge an adult bee.

    For the first ten days of their lives, the female worker bees clean the hive and feed the larvae. After this, they begin building comb cells. On days 16 through 20, a worker receives nectar and pollen from older workers and stores it. After the 20th day, a worker leaves the hive and spends the remainder of its life as a forager. The population of a healthy hive in mid-summer can average between 40,000 and 80,000 bees.

    ***

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    Shipping

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    We send the goods to USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, EU countries and some other European and Asian countries by E-express, a kind of fast postal service by Hong Kong Post. It usually takes about 6 to 10 working days for delivery.

    We send the goods to other countries by registered airmail and will take about 8 to 14 working days for delivery.

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