jungle starfish View larger
Related products
  • Jar Museum - horned desert viper / cerastes cerastes
  • Jar Museum - Amphisbaenians
  • Jar Museum: snake oxyrhopus trigeminus (Large)
  • Jar Museum: Slowworm Pseudopus apodus
  • Scarab under a globe : Goliathus goliatus (female)
  • Blue Shark Jaws 18/20cm
  • Large peacok feather
  • Leaves butterflies under oval glass bell - Kallima Inachus
  • Blue coral Heliopora coerulea of the Solomon Islands: CO583-4
  • Papilio Ulysses butterflies flying in a victorian style globe
  • Flight of butterflies : perisama albipennis
  • Little butterfly glass dome: Callicore excelsior
  • Little butterfly glass dome: Panacea Prola
  • Entomological composition: Chrysiridia ripheus / Papilio palinurus
  • Entomological creation: Butterflies Rumanzovia, Memnon and Sangaris - Bound box 32x32cm
  • Turbo Sarmaticus shell
  • Entomological frame - Papilio Ulysses
  • Thelyphonida - uropygids - whip scorpion - vinegaroons: entomological box
  • Southern eland polish horn on pedestal - Taurotragus oryx
  • Brass Candle Holder and Ostrich Egg
  • Flight of Butterflies: Graphium weiskei under belll
  • Scarab under a globe: Heliocopris Dominus
  • Conus textile shell
  • Pink sea urchin
  • Cymbiola imperialis - Imperial Volute shell
  • Marlin rostrum carved with octopus - Papua New Guinea
  • Entomological Box - Cethosia biblis
  • Entomological frame - Pachliopta Kotzebuea
  • Shark tooth fossil: Otodus Obliquus 50 million years old
  • Fisher skull (Marten) - Martes pennanti

Jungle starfish - Protoreaster

Jungle starfish Protoreaster.

These stars have 5 arms and their body is very stiff, covered with hard hillocks.
Dimensions around 8/10 cm.

The starfishes are marine predators, which does not prevent their beauty.

Thus they are collected or fished by the local populations, to favor the development of the other marine species.

5,00 €

Availabilities for Pick-up in store :

Quick contact