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These are perfect specimens (or as perfect as you could expect from wild caught specimens), with exception of leg damage. In the case of beetles, these should be perfect. Male morpho butterflies are normally supplied without abdomens as the oils stain the wings black. They are still considered to be A1.
These specimens have minor damage, such as antenna damage, or minor flight wear such as small scratches, minor sale damage, some minor fraying/chipping around the edges of the wings. In the case of beetles, the damage could be minor leg damage, small stains or scratches.
More significant damage, such as major flight wear, small rips, small pieces missing from the wings, damage to the thorax or abdomen, or staining. In the case of beetles, damage could be missing legs or significant staining/scratches.