Pacific Northwest Swallowtails Frame -- Western and Pale
Large Pacific Northwest Swallowtails. One each of:
Western Tiger Swallowtail -- Papilio rutulus
Pale Swallowtail -- Papilio eurymedon
These gorgeous butterflies specialize in different habitats, but overlap at lower altitudes in mountain canyons.
The Western Tiger Swallowtail feeds on willow, cottonwood, cherry and other plants as a larvae. Pale Swallowtails have a wide variety of accepted plants, but prefer Ceanothus.
Two beautiful specimens; Western Tiger Swallowtail and Pale Swallowtail
Pendleton, Oregon handmade poplar wood frame, sanded and stained, with a lifetime hand rubbed polyurethane finish
Double glass shadowbox for viewing the specimen from front and back
Sawtooth hanger on back for wall mounting
Laser engraving on back to show the uniqueness of this handmade item
Frame outside dimensions approximately 9.5 inches x 7.5 inches
Select from a dark or naturally stained wood frame.
**Frames are on a special order basis. If not in immediate stock, they may take up to a fortnight to ship based on specimen availability. Specimens are rehydrated, spread, dehydrated, sealed into the frame with love, and shipped.