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Great shadow ♂ Macro photography Spider by Irawan Yuwono

The beautiful and intricate abdomen of a ravine trapdoor spider. Looks like a mayan symbol or something

The beautiful and intricate abdomen of a ravine trapdoor spider.

A Ravine Trapdoor Spider (Cyclocosmia truncata) uses this specialized abdomen to clog/plug "the entrance of their 7 to 15 cm deep vertical burrows when threatened".~as much as I HATE spiders I can't deny Gods' amazing work.

caterpillar by Igor

punk freak style in the world of bugs caterpillar by Igor

Percevejo do maracujá

Percevejo do maracujá

Diactor bilineatus a tropical leaf-footed bug of Brazil. Photo by LINALDO…

Praying mantis with a baby on its back

mantis and baby by Mehmet Karaca Did you know that tthe preying Mantis is a natural nemesis to the Hummingbird! Keep these away from your hummingbird feeders


Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar (of the Regal Moth or Royal Walnut Moth - Photo by Photographer Igor Siwanowicz

Pollen on a miner bee

Pollen on a miner bee. Miner bees (or chimney bees) are one of many familiar black and yellow summertime bees often mistaken for bumble bees. They are garden pollinators and serve an increasingly important role as honey bee populations decline.

Limon, Costa Rica    Stretching along the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, the Limon province is a magical mixture of mangroves, pristine beaches and tropical forests. These picturesque lowlands sustain a rich natural beauty that conservationists are working hard to protect. .  Here one finds sprawling banana plantations and thick, tropical jungle bordering the lofty Central Mountains.

Costa Rica, rhino beetle- I would DIE. I mean DIE! That is just terrifying to me!

Golden orb weavers have toxic webs | Anguished Repose, nightmares for life, thank you.

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.