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Source: Rights holder: Provided by:. Main Image. Main Audio. Anthrenus museorum Linnaeus, Anthrenus Florilinus museorum Linnaeus, synonym. Anthrenus musaeorum synonym. Museum Beetle preferred.
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Anthrenus museorum have a polyphagous and necrophagous food diet. Adults have a very short lifetime of around 1 or 2 weeks. They do not cause any damage, whereas their larvae have a marked preference for insect collections and stuffed furry or feathered animals. They can survive in very, very dry environments. They are considered as the most harmful museum species worldwide, but in France other Anthrenus species cf.
Anthrenus (Florilinus) museorum
The images stopped me in my tracks. Echoes of the butterflies what were once stored in this box. These shadowy outlines were stained into the paper lining a couple of store-boxes I recently picked up at the Booth Museum of Natural History, in Brighton. They are all that is left of the butterfly specimens earnestly collected, carefully mounted and proudly pinned into the cork by some long-gone entomologist. Imagine what would happen to the dried insect specimens, pinned into the box the boxes stored flat to allow some stacking , if the butterfly bodies and wings suddenly and magically turned to fine dust.
From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Florilinus museorum. Pages in category " Anthrenus museorum " This category contains only the following page. A Anthrenus museorum.