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UGLY critters!! Ugh!

UGLY critters!! Ugh!

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Desert “blue-ball” blister beetle (Cysteodemus wislizeni, Meloidae)

Graphosoma lineatum by orestART: Also known as the Italian Striped-Bug (It really does have stripes on its back!) or the Minstrel Bug, this is a species of shield bug commonly found in Europe, North Africa and the Near East. #Shield_Bug

Leaf Insect from Borneo

Thirst By Zoltán Győri

Rhinoceros / Elephant Beetle sipping sugar out of this freshly cut piece of sugar cane. This is an adult male of about 6"-7" long. By elizita, via Flickr

Rainbow Scarab

Tarantulas - The Deadly Cargo (DVD, 2006)

Tobacco Horn Worm Portrait by Julie Falk: "Who are you?" said the Caterpillar to Alice.

gorgeous colors

Scorpionfish Portrait ;)

Young slipper lobster As it ages, a shell will grow over its completely transparent body

poisonous lionfish

The Olive Sea Snake is a dangerous venomous snake from the coral reefs of northern Australia. The tail is vertically compressed and mostly creamy white with a brown ridge down the back.

Green Frog appropriate.



The back of the Australian peacock spider.

This is the Brazilian Treehopper, or Bocydium globulare - a real living insect, which only pretends to be an alien helicopter. Its other name is "The Bell Bearer"; the "Globulare" part of its Latin moniker stands for these utterly bizarre spheroids on the top (they are not antennae!).