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Water bug with eggs | Spotted by Greg Mayberry | Project Noah

Ferocious Water Bug with Eggs (the stuff of nightmares - shudder)

Emperor Mantid | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

'I am Emperor Zoltar and you will do my bidding ' Emperor Mantid


Shield-backed Bug - Pachycoris klugii Pachycoris klugii (Heteroptera - Scutelleridae) is a common species in Mexico and Central America that in the past has been misidentified as P. It is an aposematic species that is brightly colored, with.

˚Chinese Mantis - Tenodera aridifolia sinensis - Emerging from the egg case.

Fun Insect Facts for all Check out our fun insect facts for all. Learn about different insect parts, which insects can wa.

Gross Giant Water Bug Devours Turtle

Giant Water Bug (Belostomatidae): A male Abedus water bug carries hatched and hatching eggs on his back.

Coreidae, Amorbus sp by Daniel O'Brien, via Flickr

Coreidae Amorbus sp - Daniel O'brien A nymph of Amorbus alternatus, one of several Amorbus species known as Eucalyptus Tip Bug

Turquoise shield bug with orange legs

Turquoise shield bug with orange legs Nature sure does pretty work!

"Rooster tail cicada." Photo by Campbell Plowden

"Rooster tail cicada" Photo by Campbell Plowden. But this is a Lystra lanata, a planthopper in the family Fulgoridae.

Locust Nymphs

This photo from the TrekNature travel gallery is titled 'Locust Nymph Photo'.

Phyllium, a leaf insect from Borneo ~ By Arddu

PHYLLIUM Leaf Insect from Borneo Phyllium pulchrifolium (male) ? Looks like a Gustav Klimt painting to me.

Goth Moth - revised by `Blepharopsis

Eupackardia calleta silk moth by "Blepharopsis" on deviantart. You can always rely on this photographer for AMAZING macro shots of exotic creatures.

Araña de seda dorada  La araña Nephila maculata se encuentra en la mayoría de los países del mundo, posee la tela de araña conocida más resistente, tanto que en Indonesia se utiliza en la elaboración de prendas de vestir. Además contiene propiedades coagulantes ayudando a la curación de heridas. El tamaño de estas arañas (hembras) puede ser considerable llegando a alcanzar los veinte centímetros en algunos casos.

Bird-Eating Spiders - Flying into the web of a giant Golden Orb Weaver spider and becoming stuck in it spelled the end for this native Australian finch.