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pollen on a miner bee
Six-spot Burnet Moths
Spiny Flower Mantis Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii, threatening pose. By: Igor Siwanowicz
And they say there is no God....Ha!
Dragonfly on an azalea by Nancy Rotenberg
LADYBUG COVERED IN DEW.
Eye of a honeybee
Caddis fly larvae are known to incorporate bits of whatever they can find into their cocoons, be it fish bone or bits of leaves. Hubert Duprat gave them gold, turquoise, gems and pearls.
A Katydid. Commonly green, its pink colour is the result of a genetic mutation known as erythrism, similar to the recessive gene that afflicts albino animals.
~ ladybug identification
GREEN - - Ant & World by teguh santosa, via 500px - Large Picture
Dragonflies and Damselflies | Colin Hutton Photography
Assassin bug in North Carolina.
An Alien in my garden.