Caterpillar

This Caterpillar is waiting to turn into a butterfly. (In Life we do not always have to fear things that are different. We should instead understand why they are different. Photo by Alexander Chuvilin): Animals, Beautiful Bugs, Butterflies, Nature, Chenil

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Cairns birdwing caterpillar - Incredible photography by JennyDean. Love these colors for enameling, colored pencil, etc.

jewel beetle

Buprestidae is a family of beetles, known as jewel beetles or metallic wood-boring beetles because of their glossy iridescent colors.

A monarch caterpillar munches on butterfly milkweed.

A tiny monarch caterpillar munches away on Asclepias tuberosa (butterfly milkweed) flowers.

Arcas imperialis

& Imperial Sunstreak is probably one of the most beautiful butterflies that I have photographed, it lives from Mexico to Bolivia, in Colombia from sea level to 1500 masl. Some of the butterflies of this family have some hairy tails that they move

Lophocampa maculata

Spotted tussock moth caterpillar, pretty but toxic to humans when touched.

A portrait of a hornet by Dusan Beno via guardian.co.uk: Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots. #Photography #Macro_Photography #Dusan_Beno #Hornet

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Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots. Portrait of a Hornet.

Photographer Igor Siwanowich creates amazing photography which captures the essence of his insect subject matter and nature’s tiny works of art.

Devil& Flower Mantis (Idolomantis diabolica) - Beautiful Macro Insect Photo: Devils Flower, Igor Siwanowicz, Flower Mantis, Praying Mantis, Devil S Flower

Peacock mite, Tuckerella sp.

Life under the microscope; The peacock mite (Tuckerella sp)

KING RAGWORM, Alexander Semenov

KING RAGWORM Alitta virens ©Alexander Semenov Another great shot by Alexander Semenov! Alitta virens is an annelid worm that burrows in wet sand and mud. It is classified as a polychaete in the family Nereididae . Sandworms make up a large part of.

Even though the Giant Isopod is a deep sea dwelling creature, it might look strangely familiar to you. A close cousin of the Giant Isopod is the much smaller terrestrial Woodlouse (3-30 mm). But you might know the Woodlouse by one of its more common nicknames like pill bug or roly-poly. Woodlice are usually found in damp, dark places, rotting logs and typically eat decaying plant material.    Genetically, Woodlice and Giant Isopods have been unchanged for over 160 million years.

Biggest bugs: most are small, even tiny, the order of Arthropods boasts over a million species and includes more than half the world’s living organisms.

Cool hair-do. :o) The Chinese Comet Moth caterpillar Photo credit: Igor Siwanowicz (larval Actias dubernardi )

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