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A group of four butterflies coloured blues, mauves and greens, framed. Mounted with metal pins on a white piece of card and contained within a deep black wooden frame, interior sides coloured gold. White adhered label with black printed text beneath the butterflies reads " Papilio Ulysses " top left, " Morpho didius (PERU) / [Japanese characters]" top right, " Papilio Blumei " bottom left and " Morpho menelaus " bottom right. " No 338 " is stamped along the lower rear edge of the frame. Triangular metal hook at centre top allows for hanging. Rear of frame has a brown paper tape border sealing pale green card.
A two tone brown snake skin that has been shed.
A shed snake skin. The incomplete light brown skin is broken in two pieces with long scales lying transversely on the ventral side. There are small circular and oval scales on the dorsal side and cream skin on the interconnecting scales.