Teinopalpus imperial (Teinopalpus imperialis) (magnet)
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A set for the display of diamond technology from the Ukrainian design studio Alexei Solovyov ArtSolo BAT20 Teynopalpus imperial is a quality set to create a unique picture. Enters a set: a plastic outline with a glue layer, acrylic pastes, tweezers, a magnet and the instruction. The finished product butterfly will decorate your interior. A magnet created using a set of diamond technology BAT20 Teynopalpus imperial can be attached to the refrigerator or any other metal surface. Three species of butterflies are attributed to the teinopalpus genus, the most famous of which is the imperial palpus, and the other two species found in southern China are so rare that they can only be seen in large museum collections. The wings of the male are painted in strikingly rich, sparkling, velvety-green color. From the front edge of the hind wing to its middle there passes a bright orange band, the width and shape of which varies in different subspecies. Long tails with yellow tips have the same width along the entire length. The males' favorite places are the wooded peaks of the mountains, where they jealously guard their territories from rivals. Uninvited guest immediately expelled. Females are very different from males in coloring. Their hind wings end with three tails, of which the longest is curved like a samurai sword and, like a male, is colored at the end in bright yellow. The butterfly is very rare: it flies in dense forests at an altitude of 2000-3500 m above sea level. You can only see males who drink water from puddles in the morning.