Spotted Lilac Tree Nymph v2, Butterfly Wing Earrings, Sevenia pechueli, Insect Earrings, Encased in Resin, Zoology, Entemology Earrings
The wings used are sourced from conservatories around the globe with government permission in their native countries. They are all managed by the wildlife authorities of those countries, to encourage ecologically healthy practices to ensure growing populations of threatened and non-threatened species.
Forged By Nature is committed to wildlife education and preservation therefore a portion of each sale goes to Wildlife Preservation Canada.
These real butterfly wing earrings feature two Spotted Lilac Tree Nymph butterfly wings that have a sophisticated lilac and yellow colour palette. They has been encased in resin to create this beautiful necklace. Pendant measures is approximately 1" long.
Please note that because the butterfly wing did once belong to a living butterfly, there may be slight markings or small tears. These should not be considered flaws as they are natural and proof that the wing once belonged to a flying butterfly. In saying that, I do carefully select the wings I use and make sure they are aesthetically pleasing.
I encase each wing in resin, because I do this by hand small bubbles can sometimes occur. Rather than looking at this as a fault, consider it part of the handmade charm.
Sevenia pechueli, the spotted lilac tree nymph, is a butterfly in the family Nymphalidae. It is found in Nigeria, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Central African Republic, Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia and Namibia. The habitat consists of woodland, especially in marshy areas.
Adults are attracted to fermenting fruit, sucking trees and excrement.