Exotic Pompeii Collection | Fantasy Insects

in a groundbreaking excavation in Pompeii during the summer of 1964, Expeditioner Robert Lundeburg uncovered 12 never before seen species of insects, preserved in amber, and buried for millennium after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvious.

Vase Beetle
Cerama Exotica
Rarity: Commonplace

The Vase Beetle, or potter’s Beetle, are strong, umber colored beetles with geometric ornamentation on their backs. The Beetles are commonly ground to a paste and used as a colored glaze for pompeii pottery. The patterns on their back serve as the inspiration for ornamentation for pottery design.

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