Dichronorhina Micans, native to the African tropics, is a member of the Scarabaeidae family, and is the largest of its genus. This species is mainly metallic green, and the males can be up to 2.4" long with a "T" shaped horn at the top of its head. These beetles are acive in the daytime and feed on overripe fruit and nectar.
This particular set of specimens is framed inside my normal shadowbox which is then set inside a more decorative frame.
Frame size is 11.25" x 15.25" x 2"