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Ground beetle

This beetle was collected in Tinghai, China, by E. A. Newbury in June 1899 and was donated to the Museum in 1913....

Death’s-head hawk-moth

The death’s-head hawk-moth is so called because of the skull shaped marking on its body. Adults enter beehives for their honey using a chemical camouflage to hide from the bees....

Large green grasshopper

This specimen came to us via the Natural History Museum, London. It was collected in Hotai, China in September 1903....

Broad swallowtail

This male butterfly was collected in T’ai-chung in Taiwan and is endemic to this country....

Scarab beetle

This specimen was collected by Philip de la Garde and was donated to the Museum along with the rest of his collection in 1913. The species of scarab has not...

Swallowtail butterfly

This specimen was collected in Japan in 1893 by AE Wileman at 4100ft. It is called a ‘swallowtail’ due to the finger-like projections on its hind wings....

Chinese three-tailed swallowtail butterfly

Indigenous hunters collected this Chinese Three-tailed Swallowtail BUTTERFLY in Siao-Lou, Yuin-Kin, China in 1899. The Trustees at the British Museum gave RAMM this specimen which was part of the Oberthur...

Butterfly

In 1900 indigenous hunters collected this butterfly at Siao-Lou in South-Central China. It entered the collection of Oberthur which was given to the British Museum. The Trustees of the British...

Butterfly

In 1893 this vivid butterfly was collected in Omei-shan, central China, and was deposited in H.J. Elwes’ collection. It was later given to Blanchford who donated his collection to RAMM....

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