Poplar Admiral Butterfly Pendant Necklace v2, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Blue Butterfly Necklace, Picture Pendant with Butterfly, Entomology

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Poplar Admiral Butterfly Pendant Necklace v2, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Blue Butterfly Necklace, Picture Pendant with Butterfly, Entomology
Poplar Admiral Butterfly Pendant Necklace v2, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Blue Butterfly Necklace, Picture Pendant with Butterfly, Entomology
Poplar Admiral Butterfly Pendant Necklace v2, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Blue Butterfly Necklace, Picture Pendant with Butterfly, Entomology
Poplar Admiral Butterfly Pendant Necklace v2, Butterfly Wing Necklace, Blue Butterfly Necklace, Picture Pendant with Butterfly, Entomology

The pendant measures 1 inch / 25mm in diameter excluding the bail. The image is created with a professional printer and encased behind a glass dome.

Sizes
→ Pendant - 1 inch /25 mm
→ Chain 18 inches or 24 inches

Materials
→ Crystal Clear Glass
→ Quality Silver Plated Base
→ Silver plated chain

Things to note
→ I make these by hand so the placement of the design might vary slightly
→ This glass pendant is water resistant but not waterproof, don't submerge in water.
→ Colour may differ in real life compared to what you see on your monitor.

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***The Poplar Admiral***
The now rare poplar admiral is a protected species. The species is endangered primarily due to the clearing of forests containing the trees that they must feed on to survive, and replacement with more economically valuable conifer forests.

Poplar admiral habitat is widespread in continental Europe and many areas in Asia. The large, seldom-seen poplar admiral is one of the biggest butterflies in Europe. It is found in deciduous forests, where aspen or black poplar trees grow. This is because the caterpillar only eats the leaves of these species. The males are easier to find. The females are rarer, because they tend to stay in the tops of the trees and seldom venture to the ground.
- Wikipedia

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