Go to Home Page.
Blue Morpho is the King of All Butterflies.


New Luna Moth!

Firefly Lights!
  complete kits     add-on kits     magnets     wings     accessories     glass tables     wall mirrors     water fountains
Toll Free 1-888-244-4059
Rush Delivery
 Common Questions:
    Top 26 questions
How do they work?
    What is an add-on?
    How do you switch wings?
    Are they battery powered?

 Top Butterfly Wings:

    Monarch butterfly
    Blue morpho butterfly
    Swallowtail butterfly
    Painted lady butterfly
    See all 22 species
 For Everday Use:
    Infinity Candle Holders
Gift certificates
Discounted butterfly gifts
    Wedding favors
    Ambience enhancement
    Butterflies with flowers
 Customer Service:
    Ordering methods
    One year warranty
    Shipping and handling
    Join mailing list
    Company info
    Contact us
 Business Services:
Party rentals
    Custom installation
    Private labeling
 Fun Stuff:
    Dove babies hatch
    Home decorating ideas

Make your own wings
    Web site awards

    Blue Morpho - Add-on Kit
4.90" x 3.75"wings

Price: $25.95
   Fascinating Science Facts:

Morpho peleides, South America

The Blue Morpho is a member of the Morphidae species and are widespread in the tropical rainforests of Central and South America as well as in the West Indies. This neo tropical blue butterfly belongs to the Genus: Morpho, Family: Morphoidae, Order: Lepidoptera, Class: Insecta and Phylum: Arthropoda.

They reside in tropical jungles and can often be found in clearings. Most of their later life history is still unknown. What is known is that they normally spend their nights hanging from trees and the underside of leaves.

Microscopic ridges on the backs of their wings fracture and reflect light, making them appear iridescent, like blue gemstones. When their wings are folded they show only the bottom of their wings that are camouflaged dull brown side with "eye spots"
This allows for the morpho to fold inward the bright side of its wings when it sleeps and show only the side that blends into the environment.

While in flight, males tend to get aggressive if another male comes too close in proximity. Yet nearby a watering place, two males can sit close together without conflict. Males are known to group together at night and have a special location for eating and another place for resting. Much of a male butterfly's time is spent looking for females. How surprising!

Common and Latin Name:
Price: $29.95
Price: $25.95
Price: $5.95
Price: $4.95
Click on your favorite wing