Tea Shield Bug in Resin, Insect Diorama, Poecilocoris latus
Approved by USFWS (Fish & Wildlife) and legally obtained. This beautiful diorama with real insects is sure to grab peoples attention and get compliments. The two real bugs in resin are meticulously placed upon a rock nestled in this faux habitat. There is tiny plant sprouting from the green grass, an entire little world within a small solid cube.
These two bugs are dark orange in color and in the correct light may shimmer iridescent with purple dots. This insect diorama display makes for a great unique gift. It’s absolutely perfect for a desktop or unique addition to any insect collection.
This solid lucite display is made with 2 real bugs called Tea Shield Bugs (Poecilocoris latus) they are a pest to tea plantations. They are a type of shield-back bug which is commonly found in tropical and subtropical regions of south and east Asia.
As with all real bugs in resin, size, color and positioning can slightly vary. We will take the time to pick you the best specimen/display. Resin cube measures approx. 2 inches square.