Pretty even before the transition - A Collection of Photos of Natures Smallest Creatures - it's a Bug's Life
Come fly with me - A Collection of Photos of Natures Smallest Creatures - it's a Bug's Life
Beautiful moth - photography-lessons-novice-02.jpg
Snow Fleas - Springtails on Ice: it's not a strange Ice Capades show, it's just life in the undergrowth. Springtails are technically not insects, althoug...
FLY-EYES - xtreme macro two flies
Handsome bug-ger - A crimson speckled moth. Increasing numbers of rare migrant species are believed to have arrived in the UK due to the hot summer and warm au...
Pretty rare Bilateral gynandromorphism in an Eastern Tiger Swallowtail - No Photoshop here!
Beautiful and amazing photo - Ladies and gentlemen, the queen ... - Pixdaus
Weird Spider # 1 - Long Horned Orb Weaver Macracantha arcuata - These Are the Most Exquisitely Weird Spiders You Will Ever See - Wired Science
You startled me! - Damselfly Photos By Remus Tiplea Show The Beautiful Bugs' Aloof Nature
PHOTOS: Is That An Aloof Damselfly I See?
Atlas Moth - Attacus atlas - This moth of the family Saturniidae is considered to be the largest moth in the world. It has a wingspan reaching 12" (30.48 cm) whose area is over 62" ² (157.48 cm²). It is found in the tropical and subtropical forests of Southeast Asia and is common across the Malay archipelago
Atlas Moth - The largest moth in the world in terms of wing surface area