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This gorgeous Dognin's Pink Bullseye Moth enamel pin features the beautiful insect known as Leucanella apollinairei. First described in 1923 by the etymologist, Paul Dognin, the bright pink wings on this moth give it a distinctive look. These moths are native to the cloud forests and rainforests in the Eastern Andes. This hard enamel pin is 2.25" from tip to tip and features a beautiful palette of pink, purple, yellow and red. This hard enamel pin is set on a highly-polished gold-plated metal and has two posts on the back.
- Highly polished gold-plated metal. - 2.25″ hard enamel pin. - Has two posts on the back to secure the pin and prevent rotation during wear. - Features a color palette of pink, purple, yellow and red. - The Dognin's Pink Bullseye Moth illustration is based on my original artwork. - Stamped with "Alum & Ink" on the back. - Comes mounted on a backing card and packed in a bag for protection. - Photography props and backdrops not included.