Wings in Motion Framed Butterflies, Insects, Live Butterfly Releases and Electronic Moving Butterflies, Dragonflies, Moths and Firefly Lights.
 Framed, Electronic & Live Butterfly and Insect Gifts for Sale  
Framed Butterfly for Sale
Framed Moth for Sale
Framed Lantern Fly for Sale
Framed Beetle for Sale
Framed Grasshopper for Sale
Framed Stick Insect for Sale
Framed Scorpion for Sale
Framed Centipede for Sale
Framed Spider for Sale
Framed Bat for Sale
More Insects:
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American Butterfly:
Zebra Longwing Butterfly
Painted Lady Butterfly
Blue Morpho Butterfly
Clodius Butterfly
Monarch Butterfly
Swallowtail Butterfly
Dogface Butterfly
Tropical Butterfly:
Meridan Butterfly
Postman Butterfly
Sangaris Butterfly
Ulysses Butterfly
Violet Morpho Butterfly
Birdwing Butterfly
Moth:
Emperor Moth
Sunset Moth
Glow-in-the-Dark:
Dragonfly Pairs:
Firefly Light Effect:
 Insects that Glow: Moth, Butterfly, Luna

What Other Real Insects Glow?
The Owlet moth or Noctuids (Noctuidae) gets its name from the fact that its eyes will glow in the dark when you shine a light on it. The larval stage of the Owlet Moth is called Armyworms, or Cutworms, because of their eating habits are destructive on plants. The Lantern Fly is one of a number of mainly tropical fly species, most of which have a narrow head that is drawn out into a long process. In some species this process looks like a lantern. Many lantern flies are large, with a wing span up to 6 inches.

Besides the insects that produce their own light, all insects seem to be attracted to light. Most scientists think that bright lights confuse the insects' guidance systems so they can't fly straight any more. We offer Lantern Flys as part of our framed insect collection and now we have glow-in-the-dark electronic insects and realistic moving firefly lights too! There are in fact a few living insects that have natural glowing or reflective traits on their bodies.

How can a Real Butterfly Glow?
The African butterfly (Bicyclus anynana) is known for having natural reflective wing patterns. As if that wasn't enough, American scientists and researchers have created the first glowing butterfly by inserting jellyfish marker genes, which have bioluminescence traits making them fluorescent, into the DNA of the African butterfly making it glow luminous green in the pitch dark. Scientists say this experiment to create these mutant butterflies was done to understand how wing patterns emerged in butterflies.

Are there Electronic Glowing Insects?
Wings in Motion glow-in-the-dark electronic insect products demonstrate the amazing scientific principle of luminescence (the principle of returning light previously absorbed thereafter producing a low-temperature emission of light). Electronic moving insect wings create an enchanting, cheery, eerie glow every time! Since they move like a real butterfly, dragonfly and moth species they are a top decorative choice when you need that nature look to be incorporated into your next interior decorative project. The Luna moth (Actius luna) has natural fluorescent green wings and we now have Luna or Lunar moths available as a realistic glow-in-the-dark electronic moving insect!

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