Bug Designs

Spicebush Swallowtail Honey Bee

Dragonfly

415 Dragonfly

Melissa Blue Butterfly

416A Melissa Blue Butterfly

West of Minnesota.

Karner Blue

416B Karner Blue Butterfly

Northeast and Midwest.

Mission Blue Butterfly

416C Mission Blue Butterfly

San Francisco Bay area.

Zebra Longwing butterfly

418 Zebra Longwing

Also available as two matching butterflies (418Z).
Fritillary

420 Fritillary

Available as two matching front-facing butterflies (420Z).

Monarch

425 Monarch Butterfly

Available as two matching butterflies (425Z).

Spicebush Swallowtail

426 Spicebush Swallowtail

An Eastern butterfly species that is named after the spicebush, one of several aromatic plant species the caterpillars will feed on. The distinctive caterpillars exhibit an impressive display of mimicry with their enlarged anterior and eye spots.

Tiger Swallowtail

427 Tigerswallowtail Butterfly

Available as two matching butterflies (427Z).

Luna Moth

429 Luna Moth

Available as two matching moths (429Z).

Rusty Patched Bumblebee

439 Rusty Patched Bumblebee

This bumblebee is newly added to the Endangered Species list because it’s population is in decline. The likely reason for this decline is the loss of tall grass prairies and wildflower habitats of the Midwest. Our bee design is shown with Purple Prairie Clover.

Honey Bee

440 Honeybee

Mosquito

441 Mosquito

Cicada

442 Cicada

Cicadas emerge in all kinds of habitat and produce one of the noticable sounds of hot summer days. The red eyes of this design are characteristic of the 17 year species.

445 Ladybugs

Available as two matched closed-winged ladybugs (445Z).

Tiger Beetle

446 Tiger Beetle

Known for their quick speed and large jaws, there are a number of species, varying in colors and habitats, thoughout North America. They are also known for their adaptations to dry and sandy places.

Daisy & Bee

455 Daisy w/ Bee

Also available with two daisies without a bee. (455Z)

echinacea

456 Echinacea

Also available with two identical flowers without a butterfly. (455Z)

Katydid

465 Katydid

Garden Spider

475 Garden Spider

Available as two identical spiders (475Z).

Scorpion

477 Scorpion