Kerivoula picta
Taxidermy Painted Bat in Box Frame

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A Taxidermy Painted Bat in a handmade wooden frame mounted on high-quality acid-free conservation board. The Latin and region names are printed underneath the specimen.

The painted bat can be found in most regions of Asia and Southern Asia, it is found in arid woodland. The bat is bright orange and extremely remarkable. They are usually found in suspended nests or banana tree leaves. The bat can grow to 3 to 5.5cm with a wingspan of up to 30cm.

Latin Name: Kerivoula picta

Quality: A1

Sex: Male or Female

Distribution: Kerivoula picta can be found in most regions of Asia.

Frame: Wooden box frame with glass window and hanging clips - handmade in our workshop.

Frame Size: 10 x 8 Inch.

Please Be Aware: The specimen that you will receive may differ in size, shape or colour very slightly since you are purchasing a natural product.

Approx Wingspan (cm): 17
Gender: Male
Frame Size (Inches): 10 x 8
Specimen Colour: Orange
Distribution: Asia
All our frames are made to order, this handmade process means your order will take several days for us to prepare. Our current production time is around 3 to 5 working days but larger specimens can take a few days longer due to the time it takes the specimen to dry. If you are ordering for presents, birthdays, anniversaries and weddings, please order well in advance.

All of our frames are carefully wrapped and boxed before shipping out once they are ready. Items that we advise are in stock still need to be prepared and made for you.

If you are in a rush, frames can be shipped on a quicker delivery service once they are ready. We can ship on an overnight service for example but you will need to email us, so we can advise when your order will be ready.

You will receive an email once your order is dispatched containing a tracking number.
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