Products (sales)

Dear readers, 

Commercialism is a difficult subject for me. I have thought long and hard if I want to make a living out of this and if it is even possible to do so. Secondly I wish to do this in a way that does not affect my integrity as a person or a source of information. But my conclusion was that if I ever want to do this on a higher level than I currently do, I simply need to find a way to collect more resources for my websites and experiments.

On my website, I also hope to offer you a small range of products. This varies from information, literature, books or e-books to specimens, equipment and more.  Over time I hope to add and develop more if there is public interest. 

All the essential information you need for breeding remains free to read on my website. However, for those who wish to learn more, I also offer some of my inside knowledge in the form of books or pdf files. Some of this content is free, or cheaper for patrons.

This section is currently under construction, and the completion of it may take 1 to 5 years time,  because I want to carefully test the waters and consider in what direction I want to take this, and if there is public interest. 

PART 1: LITERATURE (Entomology related)

PART 2: SPECIMENS (Papered insects)

PART 3: SERVICES / DIENSTEN (DUTCH/ENGLISH)

PART 4: YouTube REQUESTS

PART 5: CONSULTING

PART 6: LIVESTOCK

PART 7: ROTTERDAM MUSEUM

OTHER:

REDBUBBLE (CLICK LINK)

This page is currently under construction. More options will be added soon.

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The aim of this website is to provide information about many species of moths and butterflies around the world, with a slight focus on rearing them in captivity.

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