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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptySun May 12, 2019 9:27 am

Very wonderful,

it exist also a KFC Yowie crayfish :)

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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptyWed May 29, 2019 1:14 am

Revisiting the orchid mantid, Hymenopus coronatus (Olivier, 1792), by My Favorite Animals. This figure represents an adult female, and to my knowledge the first figure representing an adult (others represent subadult nymphs).

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With subadults from Kabaya and Furuta:

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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptyWed May 29, 2019 5:22 am

It is strange what you always find. Very beautiful again

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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptyThu May 30, 2019 2:36 am

Revisting the pillbug, Cubaris murina Brandt, 1833, the second species of isopod in Bandai's Dango Mushi series, new for 2019. Like the previous incarnations of Armadillidium vulgare, this figure comes rolled up in a ball that can be unrolled and have the legs manipulated into a natural position.

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And the growing collection of terrestrial isopods:

1. Cubaris murina by Bandai and Kaiyodo
2. Armadillidium vulgare by Kaiyodo (2x) and Bandai

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cheers cheers cheers cheers cheers

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unbelievable! cheers Applause
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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptySun Jun 02, 2019 12:51 pm

Anytime I see these brilliant figures, my memories go back to the time when I was a kid and played outdoors. Discovering these animals for the first time in real is something magic.

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I find it constantly amazing the number and variety of unusual creatures that get made into figures, especially by the Japanese makers. Thanks for showing these great things

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Interesting creatures cheers

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You have all the nightmares of my wife Very Happy
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Revisiting the Alaskan king crab, Paralithodes camtschaticus (Tilesius, 1815), with the new 2019 figure by CollectA's Sealife Collection.

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Here is it with my other P. camtschaticus figures. It is the largest among them! Others are by Yujin, Kaiyodo (2), Epoch, and Play Visions. Notice how the Play Visions figure has an incorrect leg count. Like hermit crabs, king crabs have the last pair of legs hidden inside the branchial chamber and not visible from above.

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Wow again

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mmm!.. miam!.. Very Happy
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It is wonderful. I still need this Crab :)
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Revisiting the red-clawed crab, Chiromantes haematocheir (De Haan, 1833) by Kaiyodo for their Revogeo line, new for 2019.

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Here is the Revogeo figure with other members of this species. From left to right:

1. Kaiyodo - Capsule Q Museum - Japanese Crabs Collection
2. Kaiyodo - Capsule Q Museum - Japanese Crabs Collection (juveline)
3. Wing Mau
4. Yujin
5. Kaiyodo - Choco Q Animatales Series 3

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Wonderful. Applause
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cheers cheers cheers cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptyWed Jul 31, 2019 2:56 am

Revisiting the common water flea, Daphnia pulex Leydig, 1860, by So-Ta Crystal Light Ball Plankton set, new for 2019. The animal is etched into the glass. The ball sits loosely (not attached) to the base; the ball measure 4.0 cm in diameter. The base contains a switch that activates red, blue, and green lights that cycle through. So, the color is always changing, from white to blue to green to hot pink!

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My colony of water fleas is growing! Here is the new So-Ta figure with others by Kaiyodo (3x), Takara Tomy A.R.T.S., Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour, and Epoch:

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PostSubject: Re: Blaine's Bug of the Day   Blaine's Bug of the Day - Page 17 EmptyWed Jul 31, 2019 9:36 am

Interesting again

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I recently got several buggies from Japan, so expect several updates in coming days (one taxon per day!!!)

Revisiting the giant Asian hornet, Vespa mandarinia Smith, 1852 with the 2019 life cycle set by Epoch. The set comes with one queen and one worker (both 1:1 scale), a larva, a pupa, and two pairs of brood chambers:

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And now my whole colony (minus a couple larger figures) with another larva by Shineg and additional adults by Kaiyodo (2x), Rement, Yujin, and Break Co. LTD:

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Applause Applause Applause Applause

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Wonderful hornets. How large are the models?
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Wonderful hornets. How large are the models?

They are all roughly 1:1, so 4.0 cm on average. Typical Kaiyodo-size
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Because of their very detailed bodies, they look much larger. Very interesting models:)
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Revisiting the Japanese luehdorfia, Luehdorfia japonica Leech, 1889 with the new acrylic mascot figure by Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour.

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And here it is with other figures by Kaiyodo and Kabaya:

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cheers cheers

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A new species for me, the hermit crab Pagurus filholi (de Man, 1887), by Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. Friends of the Water, new for 2019. This is an amazing figure. First of all, the crab comes complete out of its shell. The crab is accurately sculpted all the way to the tip of the abdomen. You have to gently turn the figure as you put it in the shell. It fits very snug and I am afraid to try to remove it for fear of breakage (I wish I had photographed it before I assembled it). The claws are also separate pieces that have to be connected. This might be one of the best sculpted hermit crab figures out there! The set also came with a red swam crayfish and a red-necked slider turtle.

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The genus Pagurus in toy/figure form. From left to right:
1. Pagurus longicarpus(Epoch)
2. Pagurus samuelis(Yujin; later re-released by T-TARTs)
3. Pagurus filholi (T-TARTs)

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Very nice picture. I like especially the number 3.

Congrats. Applause Applause


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Very beautieful and interesting figures

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I like the Pagurus samuelis model Applause
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Revisiting the red swamp crayfish, Procambrus clarkii (Girard, 1852) by Takara Tomy A.R.T.S., Friends of Water, new for 2019. This figure was in the same set with the previously-shown Pagurus filholi. This species is a staple among the Japanese companies and we may see one in the Kaiyodo Revogeo line sometime as well.

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Here it is with other figures by T-TARTs, Kaiyodo, and Yujin:

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Interesting again

Do you have more informations about that serie?

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I like the ones from Yujin and also the larger one in the background. Applause
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Interesting again

Do you have more informations about that serie?

Andreas, the hermit crab and crayfish are from a 3-figure set called Friends of Water that was released this year. The third figure was a red-eared slider turtle with a head and legs that retract into the carapace.

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I like the ones from Yujin and also the larger one in the background. Applause

Megaptera, the large was in an older Takara Tomy figure from the 'B.I.G.' Insects type series. Subarudo released the same sculpt. The base it is on was custom by [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] .
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Thank you :)

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Revisiting the greater death's-head hawkmoth, Acherontia lachesis (Fabricius, 1798) by Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour, Butterflies Acrylic Mascot set, new for 2019.

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The death's-head collection:

Top row: Acherontia lachesis by Ikimon (adult) and Kaiyodo (larva)
Bottom row: Acherontia atropos by Paleo-Creatures and Funrise Toys

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The one in the bottom left of the image is a wonderful moth model. Applause
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cheers cheers

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Presenting a NEW SPECIES for me, the Japanese luna moth, Actias artemis (Bremer et Grey, 1853) by Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour, Butterflies Acrylic Mascot set, new for 2019.

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Here it is with its cousin at a similar scale, the luna moth, Actias luna by Innovative Kids - Groovy Tube Books, Bug Blast!

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Is very rare, congratulations. cheers cheers

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Very Happy Applause cheers Cool
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Revisiting the Atlas moth, Attacus atlas (Linnaeus, 1758) with the Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour, Butterfly Acrylic Mascot, new for 2019.

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Here it is with figures by Paleo-Creatures and Kaiyodo (the latter of which is one of the best lepidopteran figures ever!):

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cheers cheers cheers cheers

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I like the Atlas Moth on the wood. Applause
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Revisiting the praying, or European, mantis, Mantis religiosa (Linneaus, 1758) with the 2019 figure by Papo.

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With other praying mantises by Western companies, including those by Safari LTD (x2), CollectA, K&M International, and a very large vintage figure by Jasman Toys.

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cheers cheers cheers cheers

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I think Papo has done a very good job Applause

I also have this Mantis:)
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In this figure I see a good combination of colors.

Thanks for sharing. cheers cheers

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Revisiting the 'eighty-eight' butterflies with Callicore kolyma (Hewitson, 1851) by Ikimon - Nature Techni Colour, Butterfly Acrylic Mascots, new for 2019. This species is sometimes placed in the genus Catacore. The figure was marketed as a member of the genus Diaethra, but I think C. kolyma is a much better fit. Eighty-eight butterflies get their name from the markings on the underside of the hindwings, resembling an '88' (or an '89').

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Here it is with Callicore eunomia by Blip Toys (Natures Wonders).

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cheers cheers cheers cheers

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