Chrysochus auratus, the dogbane beetle, of eastern North America, is a member of the insect subfamily Eumolpinae. It is primarily found east of the Rocky Mountains. One of the brightest in its family, it is iridescent blue-green with a metallic copper, golden or crimson shine. Its diet consists of dogbane and milkweed.
Original: Acrylic and Graphite on 300 GSM Cold Pressed Watercolor Paper, shipped flat. & measures ~7.5" x 11" .
Prints: A Fine Art Pigment Inkjet Reproduction on smooth matte paper, shipped flat.
The price includes shipping within the U.S.A. Each painting and print is created and shipped out of my studio in New Hampshire.