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LONDON PUPAE SUPPLIES

Specialist Breeders and Suppliers of Tropical Butterfly and Moth Pupae Worldwide

2012
The Granary, Manor Farm, Horspath Oxford OX33 1SD Tel.: +44 (0)1865 873255 Fax: +44 (0)1865 873055 e-Mail: lpscontact@btconnect.com
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CONTENTS
UK HOLIDAYS AFFECTING TRADE TROPICAL BUTTERFLY PUPAE BRASSOLIDAE MORPHIDAE DANAIDAE HELICONIDAE ITHOMIIDAE NYMPHALIDAE PAPILIONIDAE PIERIDAE AMATHUSIDAE SATYRIDAE MOTHS SATURNIIDAE SPHINGIDAE URANIIDAE Explanation of abbreviations MIXED SELECTIONS OF TROPICAL PUPAE SUSTAINABILITY Costa Rica Thailand Philippines RECOMMENDED EXHIBITION BUTTERFLIES TERMS OF TRADE PAGE ii PAGE 1 - 7 PAGE 1 PAGE 1 PAGE 1 PAGE 2 PAGE 2 PAGE 2-4 PAGE 4-6 PAGE 6 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 7 PAGE 8

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p. rumanzovia laying eggs

h. charitonia gather to feed

p. sylivia mating

d. chrysippus caterpillars

Note: All prices quoted in sterling and Euros We have included simple photographs of some of our recommendations as to the best species of exhibition butterflies on page 15. This is provided only as a basic help to identification, for those of our customers who are new to the butterfly exhibition business and not familiar with some of the species we offer. They are not reproduced to scale. We have only been able to include a limited number of recommended species. i

UK HOLIDAYS AFFECTING TRADE

There are a number of Bank Holidays in the UK, ordinarily falling on a Monday. As courier services do not function at these times, London Pupae Supplies' outbound shipments will then be delayed until the following day and the office closed.

For your reference, the dates affected for 2012 are as follows:

Date Closed 26th December

Actual Shipping N/A

9th April 7th May 4th/5th June 27th August December 24th

10th April (TUESDAY) 8th May (TUESDAY) 6th June (WEDNESDAY) 28th August (TUESDAY) N/A

Notes We will be closed the week of 26th December through 30th December. First shipments for 2012 will be on Tuesday 3rd January. Easter (office also closed on 6th April) Early May Bank Holiday Spring Bank Holiday & Diamond Jubilee Summer Bank Holiday Shipments wil l be impossible again during Christmas week.

[Note that shipments may sometimes be sent on a Tuesday if there is a delay or problem with inbound shipments to London Pupae Supplies; these occurrences are, of course, unpredictable but we will make every effort to make you aware of any such event in good time]

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LONDON PUPAE SUPPLIES


Supplying Butterflies Around the World Since 1985!

PRICE & AVAILABILITY FOR LIVE BUTTERFLY & MOTH PUPAE 2012
Published Dec. 2011 All Prices in Sterling and Euro Currencies, as indicated, excluding VAT

This List Replaces All Previous Lists

FIRST EDITION

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CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

BRASSOLIDAE
P100 P102 P106 P120 P122 CALIGO ATREUS CALIGO EURILOCHUS CALIGO MEMNON OPSIPHANES CASSINA OPSIPHANES TAMARINDI 3.60 2.10 2.10 2.55 2.55 4.30 2.50 2.50 3.05 3.05 LIMITED ALL YEAR FREQUENT LIMITED LIMITED P122 P102

MORPHIDAE
P201 P201 MORPHO PELEIDES 3.15 3.80 ALL YEAR

P205

DANAIDAE
P205 P206 P212 P214 P216 P218 P220 P222 P224 P230 P231 P232 P240 P250 P255 P260 AMAURIS NIAVIUS AMAURIS OCHLEA DANAUS AGLEOIDES DANAUS CHRYSIPPUS DANAUS GENUTIA DANAUS GILIPPUS DANAUS HAMATA DANAUS LIMNIACE DANAUS PLEXIPPUS EUPLOEA CORE EUPLOEA CAMARELZEMAN EUPLOEA MULCIBER IDEA LEUCONOE IDIOPSIS JUVENTA IDIOPSIS VULGARIS LYCOREA CLEOBAEA 2.10 2.25 1.25 1.05 1.35 2.10 1.50 1.25 2.00 1.05 2.05 2.00 0.90 0.70 1.25 2.55 2.50 2.70 1.50 1.25 1.60 2.50 1.80 1.50 2.40 1.25 2.45 2.40 1.10 0.85 1.50 3.05 FREQUENT OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED ALL YEAR P222 ALL YEAR FREQUENT LIMITED P224 ALL YEAR LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL OCCASIONAL P250 P240 P214 P206

P260 1

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

HELICONIDAE
P300 P302 P304 P306 P308 P310 P320 P322 P324 P325 P328 P332 P334 P335 P336 P340 AGRAULIS VANILLAE DIONE JUNO DRYAS JULIA DRYADULA PHAETUSA EUEIDES ALIPHERA EUEIDES ISABELLA HELICONIUS CYDNO HELICONIUS CHARITONIA HELICONIUS ERATO HELICONIUS DORIS HELICONIUS HECALE HELICONIUS ISMENIUS HELICONIUS MELPOMENE HELICONIUS SAPHO HELICONIUS SARA PHILAETHRIA DIDO 2.00 1.90 1.85 2.20 2.55 3.10 3.15 2.00 3.40 2.65 3.15 3.15 2.45 3.70 3.10 3.15 2.40 2.30 2.20 2.65 3.05 3.70 3.80 2.40 4.10 3.20 3.80 3.80 2.95 4.45 3.70 3.80 ALL YEAR LIMITED FREQUENT FREQUENT ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED ALL YEAR FREQUENT FREQUENT OCCASIONAL P328 P325 P322 P320 P310 P306 P304

ITHOMIIDAE
P380 P381 P384A P386 P387 GRETA OTO GRETA NERO MELINAEA ETHRA TITHOREA HARMONIA TITHOREA TARRICINA 2.05 2.05 2.00 2.65 2.65 2.45 2.45 2.40 3.20 3.20 FREQUENT OCCASIONAL OCCASIONAL P340 MAY - DEC OCCASIONAL P380 P335

NYMPHALIDAE
P410 P412 P413 ANARTIA FATIMA ARCHAEOPREPONA DEMOPHON ARCHAEOPREPONA MEANDER 1.85 3.10 3.70 2.20 3.70 4.45 LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR P412 2 P387

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

NYMPHALIDAE
P417 P419 P429 P431 P433 P435 P440B ARIADNE ARIADNE ATHYMA PERIUS CATONEPHELE MEXICANA CATONEPHELE NUMILA CETHOSIA BIBLIS CETHOSIA CYANE CHARAXES CANDIOPE 0.65 0.90 3.10 3.10 0.80 0.80 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.20 2.20 2.25 2.65 2.15 1.30 2.20 2.00 1.60 2.25 2.70 2.25 2.00 2.25 2.25 2.90 0.70 1.60 2.10 2.65 2.35 0.80 1.10 3.70 3.70 0.95 0.95 2.70 2.70 2.70 2.65 2.65 2.70 3.20 2.60 1.55 2.65 2.40 1.90 2.70 3.25 2.70 2.40 2.70 2.70 3.50 0.85 1.90 2.50 3.20 2.80 ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR P433 OCCASIONAL FREQUENT FREQUENT FREQUENT FREQUENT OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL LIMITED ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR P445 P452 P453 P454 P455A P459 P461 P462 P463 P464 P464A HAMADRYAS ARINOME HAMADRYAS FEBRUA HAMADRYAS FERONIA HAMADRYAS GUATEMALINA HYPNA CLYTEMNESTRA HYPOLIMNAS BOLINA HYPOLIMNAS MISIPPUS HYPOLIMNAS MONTERIONIS HYPOLIMNAS USAMBARA HYPOLIMNAS SALMACIS LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED OCCASIONAL P461 P451 P446A P443 P442 P440C P435 P440C CHARAXES CASTOR P440D CHARAXES CITHAERON P440F CHARAXES PROTOCLEA P431 P419

P440G CHARAXES VARANES P440H CHARAXES VIOLETTA P442 P443 P445 P445A P446 P446A P450A P451 CONSUL FABIUS COLOBURA DIRCE DOLESCHALIA BISALTIDE EUPHAEDRA NEOPHRON EUTHALIA ACONTHEA EUTHALIA DIRTEA EUXANTHE WAKEFIELDI HAMADRYAS AMPHINOME

P462 3

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

NYMPHALIDAE
P465 P466 P467 P471 P475 P476 P477 P478 P479 P481 P482 P483 P484 P485 P487 P488P P490 P491 P497 JUNONIA OCTAVIA JUNONIA OENONE KALLIMA INACHUS MYSCELIA CYANIRIS NEPTIS HYLAS NESSAEA AGLAURA PARTHENOS SYLVIA PARTHENOS SYLVIA PHALANTA PHALANTHA PRECIS ALMANA PRECIS ATLITES PRECIS HIERTA PRECIS IPHITA PRECIS LEMONIAS PREPONA OMPHALE SALAMIS PARHASSUS SIPROETA EPAPHUS SIPROETA STELENES VINDULA EROTA 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.65 0.90 3.10 0.95 0.70 0.90 0.80 1.05 1.70 0.60 0.75 3.10 2.20 3.10 3.10 1.75 2.45 2.45 2.45 3.20 1.10 3.70 1.15 0.85 1.10 0.95 1.25 2.05 0.70 0.90 3.70 2.65 3.70 3.70 2.10 ALL YEAR FREQUENT LIMITED MAR - OCT ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED P487 P481 P478 P477 P467 P466 P465

PAPILIONIDAE
P491 P502 P504 P511 P512 P515 P520 P521 ATROPHANEURA POLYEUCTES ATROPHANEURA SEMPERI BATTUS BELLUS BATTUS POLYDAMUS CHILASA CLYTIA GRAPHIUM AGAMEMNON GRAPHIUM ANGOLANUS 2.90 3.15 2.75 2.75 0.80 0.80 2.00 3.50 3.80 3.30 3.30 0.95 0.95 2.40 OCCASIONAL OCCASIONAL FREQUENT P504 ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL P515

P520 4

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

PAPILIONIDAE
P522 P523 P524 P525 P526 P528 P534 P538 P540 P545 P546 P548 P550 P560 P570 P573 P574 P576 P580 P582 P585 P586 P588 P590 P596 P602 P606 P610 P614 P615 GRAPHIUM ANTHEUS GRAPHIUM COLONNA GRAPHIUM DOSON GRAPHIUM PORTHAON GRAPHIUM SARPEDON PACHLIOPTA ARISTOLOCHIA PACHLIOPTA KOTZEBUEA PAPILIO ANCHISIADES PAPILIO BIANOR PAPILIO CONSTANTINUS PAPILIO CRESPHONTES PAPILIO DARDANUS PAPILIO DEMODOCUS PAPILIO DEMOLEUS PAPILIO HELENUS PAPILIO LORMIERI PAPILIO LOWI PAPILIO LYCOPHRON PAPILIO MEMNON PAPILIO NEPHELUS PAPILIO NIREUS PAPILIO PALINURUS PAPILIO PARIS PAPILIO PHORCAS PAPILIO POLYTES PAPILIO POLYXENES PAPILIO RUMANZOVIA PAPILIO THOAS PAPILIO XUTHUS PARIDES ARCAS 2.00 2.00 0.80 2.00 2.05 0.95 0.80 2.00 2.00 2.90 2.55 2.30 2.35 0.75 1.05 2.65 0.95 2.90 1.20 1.90 2.30 1.00 2.75 2.65 0.75 2.25 1.00 2.40 2.10 2.90 2.40 2.40 0.95 2.40 2.45 1.15 0.95 2.40 2.40 3.50 3.05 2.75 2.80 0.90 1.25 3.20 1.15 3.50 1.45 2.30 2.75 1.20 3.30 3.20 0.90 2.70 1.20 2.90 2.50 3.50 OCCASIONAL OCCASIONAL LIMITED OCCASIONAL LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR LIMITED LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL P574 ALL YEAR OCT - MAY ALL YEAR P580 ALL YEAR FREQUENT ALL YEAR P586 MAY, OCT & OWP ALL YEAR ALL YEAR P596 LIMITED ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR P610 5 P606 P570 P548 P538 P534 P524

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

PAPILIONIDAE
P615A P616 P617 P618 PARIDES CHILDRENAE PARIDES IPHIDAMAS PARIDES MONTEZUMA PARIDES PHOTINUS 2.90 2.90 2.90 2.90 3.50 3.50 3.50 3.50 OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR P616

P618

PIERIDAE
P700 P721 P722 P724 P726 P730 P732 P734 P750 P760 P766 P768 P770 ANTEOS CLORINDE APPIAS DRUSILLA APPIAS LIBYTHEA APPIAS LYNCIDA ASCIA LIMONA CATOPSILIA POMONA CATOPSILIA PYRANTHE CATOPSILIA SCYLLA EUREMA HECABE HEBOMOIA GLAUCIPPE PHOEBIS ARGANTE PHOEBIS PHILEA PHOEBIS SENNAE 2.00 1.25 0.80 0.80 2.00 1.05 0.95 0.95 0.70 0.95 2.00 3.10 2.00 2.40 1.50 0.95 0.95 2.40 1.25 1.15 1.15 0.85 1.15 2.40 3.70 2.40 ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL FEB - OCT FEB - OCT OCCASIONAL ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR ALL YEAR APR - OCT APR - OCT APR - OCT P750 P732 P722 P700

P760

AMATHUSIIDAE
P780 AMATHUSIDA PHIDIPPUS 1.85 2.20 ALL YEAR

P768

CODE SPECIES

PRICE PRICE

AVAILABILITY

SATYRIDAE
P790 ELYMNIAS HYPERMNESTRA 1.15 1.40 ALL YEAR P790

SATURNIIDAE
P800 P801 P803A P804 P806 ATTACUS ATLAS ATTACUS CAESAR ARGEMA MIMOSAE ACTIAS LUNA ACTIAS SELENE 1.35 1.25 3.10 1.65 2.65 1.60 1.50 3.70 2.00 3.20 ALL YEAR ALL YEAR OCCASIONAL OWP ONLY LIMITED P800

SPHINGIDAE
P810 DAPHNIS NERII 1.60 1.90 ALL YEAR P803A

URANIIDAE
P820 CHRYSIRIDIA CROESUS 2.35 2.80 OCCASIONAL

P820

OWP LIMITED

Over Wintering Pupae (Diapause). Indicates species that are not easy to raise in captivity and may be available throughout the year but only in restricted quantities. Please telephone for cur rent availability. Indicates species that are extremely seasonal or that we find very hard to breed on a regular basis, but are often available in large numbers at unpredictable times

IRREGULAR

Note Months stated under availability are a guide only. Some species may become available outside periods indicated.

MIXED SELECTIONS OF TROPICAL PUPAE

For ease or for preference, you may prefer to elect for a mix of pupae, rather than - or as well as - selecting individual species. To this end, London Pupae Supplies are pleased to offer two distinct mixes. Note: actual contents of mixes will vary depending on available stock but will always contain pupae to our usual high standard with a good variety and at excellent value for the individual pupa price indicated. Minimum order of a mix is 20 pupae.

GDMix - GLOBAL DELUXE MIX - 1.90 / 2.30 per pupa. This mix is drawn from all our breeding sources and may include some of the more expensive pupae such as Morphos and Caligos. Terrific value for money!

All mixes will contain pupae to a higher value than their individual cost would be!

GSMix - GLOBAL STANDARD MIX - 0.90 / 1.10 per pupa This mix comprises species mainly sourced from our own breeding farms, which allows us to offer them at a very competitive price.

Sustainability in Costa Rica


The butterfly farm Kasiri is located on the Caribbean slope of Costa Rica and consists of 100 hectares of land, where about half of the farm is still primary rainforest. The remaining half is old cattle pastures that have been left to rege nerate. One hectare of the farm is devote d to the production of butterfly pupae for export, an activity that has proven to be the sustainable alternative to agriculture. Butterfly production at Kasiri was started when looking for an environmentally friendly way of life as well as an interesting possibility to generate a new sources of income and employment for surrounding farmer families as well as for the indigenous Cabcar people living in the vicinity - when a traditional farmer looks at the forest he sees something to cut down for more pasture and cattle; here, it has become something to be protected! The farm is equipped with seven mesh enclosures where the butterflies lay their eggs on host plants. The process is one of constant collections. With some butterfly species, it is the egg that will be collected inside the enclosures so they can

The Surrounding Area


hatch under controlled conditions in the small and rustic laboratory. With others, mostly because of less natural enemies (such as ants, spiders, crickets, wasps etc) the eggs are left to hatch inside the enclosures and then collected in different stages of development to then be fed inside the laboratory.

Conservation Project
*Kasiri co-operated with the non-profit Nairi Foundation, an organization set up specifically to establish the preservation of the area known as the Barbilla National Park (some 12,000 hectares/30,000 acres), a one hour walk from the Kasiri farm. Tropical rainforests are being cut at a staggering rate; Kasiri and Barbilla are positive examples of conservation.

The Surrounding Area

*Support and strengthening of Indian culture. Without our forest we cant continue as Indians, said one Cabcarman. He was talking about the Cabcar Indians living in the rainforest close to Kasiri and referring to their lifestyle being so closely interrelated with the environme nt. The owners of Kasiri believe that giving knowledge, creativity and self-respect and identification to tCabcar Girl Studyinghe members of the younger Cabcar generations are important ingredients to strengthen Cabcar culture, so that they can find ways to participate in the democratic process. The Cabcar represent a people with a culture and political system that have a lot to give and learn about human wisdom - they have an important and elemental conviction: the ones who wast or destroy what nature gives, destroy life itself.

The Surrounding Area


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Sustainability in Thailand
Situate d some 30 kilometres northeast of Chaingmai in northern Thailand, on the edge of the forest/jungle, we have a 15 acre farm that concentrates on breeding local "commom" species of butterflies and moths, such as Papilio polytes, Papilio memnon and the atlas moth. We do not breed, or attempt to breed any rare or endangered species. The farm has been established over 20 years, and currently employs 17 people on a full-time basis, thereby supporting some 15 families. It is fully lice nsed by the Thai Royal Forestry Department to produce a range of some 40 species of butte rflies and moths and is regularly inspecte d by the authorities.

A Pupae Room
We only very rarely take butterflies from the wild to stock our farm and inject fresh genetic material; the vast majority of our production comes from lines of livestock that have been captive bred for very many years (captive breeding is a requirement of most exporting countries so that natural stocks are not depleted).

The Breeding Programme


The "pare nt" butterflies are kept in very large netting enclosures, where there are provided with the Potting the Food Plants right environme nt for that particular species. We provide plenty of flowering plants to produce the nectar of which the adult butterflies live and also the species-specific host plant for the female butterfly to lay her eggs on. Twice a day, the newly laid butterfly eggs are collected and store d in special plastic containers. After about five days the Netted Breeding Area baby caterpillars emerge from the eggs and start to feed on the host plant leaves. At this point we transfer the baby caterpillars to special cages in the nursery area, where they are given a fresh le aves every day. After approximately 21 days the then adult caterpillars crawl to a corner of the cage and shed their final skin to become a chrysalis ready to merge into and adult butterfly in approximately three weeks time.

A Pupae Room

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Sustainability in the Philippines


Here there are several very small farms, in comparison to Chiangmai, scattered in different parts of the Philippines exclusively in very rural areas or small villages. The largest one is situated in the island of Bohol with breeding facilities scattered among family members' land. Foodplants are cultivated in nearby available lands and are collected as and when neede d; sometimes as often as everyday in the busiest time of the year. On this island there are also several other breeders who have small rearing cages and nurseries in their back garden. Most of these breeders have a very low income from other sources and therefore rely on butterfly farming to maintain a reasonable income for their family.

Netted Breeding Areas

Other small farms that exclusively supply us with pupae are on the islands of Romblon,and Palawan. Again, on these islands, there are small suppliers breeding in their back garden as in the case in Bohol. Altogether these farms help several families, either for their full income or to supplement those with very low income; some breed full time and othe rs work around 3 days a week to keep production sustainable. Each island has a "mother farm" for w hich permits are require d, both from the local and national government authorities, to operate. All the other little farms or "back garden breeders" are included and have to be specifically cited on the mothe r farm's permits so that they can operate legally. This is a procedure strictly implemented by the government to prevent individuals from catching butterflies in the wild (although it should be emphasised that without proper breeding, it would be impossible to sustain a business like this by merely "wild harvesting").

Idea Leuconoe Feeding The Breeding Programme

All the butterfly pupae are collected from farms twice aweek for export; they are transported to Manila, the capital, for a final quality check and for export licensing and documentation. The process for export documentation takes2 or 3 days which means ithas to be starte d few days prior to shipping day. The ope ration in the Philippines re quires several other full time employees; each has their own responsibilities - from de aling with legal requirements for farms and facilitating export documentation, organising internal transportation of butterfly pupae from farms to Manila, and the quality control checking and packing of the pupae for export. In a country where the devastation of natural calamities have been aggravated by years of abuse of its own natural resources by its people, it is even more important that this kind of farming, a nature friendly one, is encouraged and practised.

Gathering on Nets!
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SOME RECOMM ENDED EXHIBITION BUTTERFLI ES

P520: Graphium Agamemnon P534: Pachliopta kotzebuea* P560: Papilo demoleus*

P580: Papilio memnon* P586: Papilo palinurus P606: Papilo rumanzovia*

P610: Papilio thoas P322: Heliconius charitonia* P334: Heliconius melpomene*

P328: Heliconius hecale* P240: Idea leuconoe* P800: Attacus atlas

P201: Morpho peleides P102: Caligo eurilochus* P477: Parthenos sylvia*

P467: Kallima inachus P481: Precis almana P435: Cethosia cyane

NOTE : Species marked * perform well at low light levels 12

LONDON PUPAE SUPPLIES Ltd.


Company Number: 4558915

TERMS OF TRADE
ALL LISTED SPECIES OFF ERED FOR SALE AS LIVE PUPAE ONLY.

ALL PUPAE ARE CAPTIVE REARED FROM CAPTIVE BRED PARENT STOCK AND OFFERED SUBJECT TO SUCCESSFUL REARING PROGRAMS.

QUALITY GUARANTE E All pupae are guaranteed live and of A1 quality upon delivery to the customer's premises. LONDON PUPAE SUPPLIES will replace without question any pupae that are received at any specific U.K. delivery address, dead, diseased or otherwise not of A1 quality, provided the claim is lodged in writing within 24 hours of receipt and the pupae returned to us by 1st class post for inspection. We regret that we are unable to accept claims after this period as we can have no control over the environment that the pupae are kept in upon arrival at the customer's premise. AVAILABILITY As with all livestock, it is impossible to guarantee the availability of any given species at any given time. Should species fail, we will always do our best to offer a suitable substitution. CREDIT ACCOUNTS Credit accounts granted to approved customers only, subject to satisfactory banker's references. Otherwise cash, cheque or credit card details with order please. PAYM ENT To be made within 28 days of invoice date unless otherwise arranged; new customers may be requested to prepay orders or give credit card details with an order. OVERDU E ACCOUNTS Plus 3.5% per month interest BANK DETAILS for direct transfers STERLING Account Name: LPS BANKERS: Address: SORT CODE: Account No.: Bank BIC Swiftcode: IBAN number: London Pupae Supplies Ltd BARCLAYS BANK PLC NORTH EAST LONDON GROUP, PO BOX 2403 LONDON N18 2BY, U.K. 20-53-00 90803588 BARCGB22 GB19 BARC 2053 0090 8035 88 E URO London Pupae Supplies Ltd BARCLAYS BANK PLC NORTH EAST LONDON GROUP, PO BOX 2403 LONDON N18 2BY, U.K. 20-53-00 82736377 BARCGB22 GB52 BARC 2053 0082 7363 77

Payment by cheque, drawn on a UK bank and all major credit cards (VISA, Mastercard) are also accepted

POSTAG E & PACKING Shipments to UK addresses are by Royal Mail guaranteed next day delivery at cost (min. 6.50). Delivery by courier such as Federal Express or DHL is recommended for North America (minimum 40.00) and European (minimum 24.00 DHL) countries due to slower postage transmission times within these countries. Delivery by other methods can be used upon enquiry but London Pupae Supplies will not be liable for any delays thus incurred. V.A.T. (VALU E ADDED TAX) UK customers are charged VAT at the prevailing rate (20%) additional to the quoted catalogue prices. Under EU regulations we are required by law to charge VAT at 20% of total value of all goods supplied to any EU customers UNLESS you are able to supply us with your VAT registration number which is current and valid at the delivery address. Note: we will not reissue invoices retrospectively upon late attainment of a VAT number.

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