The bees, ants, and wasps
in our HYMENOPTERA Collection have tack pin backs.
The Honey Bees have turned ash bodies, dyed yellow
with black accents and come with mylar wings or hammered brass wings.
Ants are made of turned maple with brass appendages
and are painted red or black.
Wasps are made of turned maple in metallic colors
with brass appendages. The Sphecid Wasp has various
color mylar wings; the Paper Wasp, brass wire wings.
Members of the ORTHOPTERA
Collection are presented as stickpins.
Crickets may be dark blue, purple, or black; their
dyed bodies are of turned maple and hammered brass.
The Katydid has a light green sassafrass or ash body with hammered
The Grasshopper has a leaf green maple body and
hammered brass legs.
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