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Species: Belionota sumptuosa Real Framed Jewel Beetle Rainbow Conservation Insect Display Native Origin: Papua New Guinea
Awesome rainbow beetle specimen. This store frame and calligraphy the name of all specimens. Quality stuff at a good price.
Belionota sumptuosa Real Framed Jewel Beetle Rainbow Metallic green Rainbow Conservation Insect Display
Belionota sumptuosa Metallic Rainbow Jewel Beetle Real Framed Display
Belionota Sumptuosa Metallic Green Rainbow Jewel Beetle
jewel beetle that looks like a Japanese beetle.
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Iridescent ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞ Metallic ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞ Insects ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞ Beetles ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞ Bugs ∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞∞
Beetles -- and they are just a sprinkling of the estimated 1-2 million species on insects on planet Earth. http://galeri.uludagsozluk.com/r/b%C3%B6cekler-609054/
Colourful Beetles. Just the sheer number of different beetles baffles my brain. How does evolution explain that?! (comment added by EggloEggs)
Colourful beetles! What an amazing variety of colours and designs.
colorful beetles...unity, harmony, repetition
Colorful beetles. #Color
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Electric blue Beetle. Art Curator & Art Adviser. I am targeting the most exceptional art! See Catalog @ http://www.BusaccaGallery.com
❤ liked on Polyvore featuring animals and fillers
Scarabée turquoise ! / Turqoise blue beetle !
Paolo's Electric blue Beetle.
Electric blue Beetle.
Shiny blue beetle
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Jewel Beetle or Metallic Wood-boring Beetle (family Buprestidae)
#beetle #illustration ~ETS
.....shiny beetle love
Beetle Bling ♥
Sagra buqueti. This is one of the species of 'frog-legged' beetles. Love the iridescence, this is a true Beetle Beauty!
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Sagra buqueti, the frog-legged leaf beetle, is a species of beetles belonging to the family Chrysomelidae.
Frog-Legged Leaf Beetle - Sagra buqueti is a species of beetle belonging to the family Chrysomelidae. . . .Poor guy, but I guess he's used to it :-) . . . . Click Here For => ConstipationRelief.KarenSargent.com Natural relief from constipation - Guaranteed!
Frog-Legged Leaf Beetle - Sagra buqueti is a species of beetle belonging to the family Chrysomelidae. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sagra_buqueti
expecttheunexpectedtoday: expecttheunexpectedtoday The Frog-legged Leaf Beetle / Sagra Buqueti
Lepidoptera / Sagra Buqueti (Frog Legged Leaf Beetle From Asia) http://www.pharmasiana.com/
Frog Legged Beetle - Sagra Buqueti
frog-legged leaf beetle #insects
The world is filled with beautiful creatures. These are 5 of the most beautiful bugs on the planet that you've probably never heard of before!
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A beautiful insect...Rosenbergia straussii... a magnificent design
Rosenbergia straussii - exotic longhorn beetles (Cerambycidae)
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Rosenbergia straussii ~ETS #entomology #beetle #bug
Rosenbergia straussii, a genus of longhorn beetle.
Longhorn Beetle (Rosenbergia straussi)
Rosenbergia (longhorn beetle)
Peucetia viridans, the green lynx spider
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The green lynx spider (Peucetia viridans) is a bright-green lynx spider usually found on green plants. It is the largest North American species in the family Oxyopidae. (Photo by: Bob Jensen aka. Green Lynx)
The green lynx spider (Peucetia viridans) is a bright-green lynx spider usually found on green plants. It is the largest North American species in the family
Absinthe's Garden: The Green Lynx spider (Peucetia viridans) is a bright-green lynx spider usually found on green plants. It is the largest North American species in the family Oxyopidae. very seldom bites humans,when it does, its venomous bite, though painful, is not dangerous
Peucetia viridans, the green lynx spider, largest of this species found in North America
Green lynx by Bob Jensen. Peucetia viridans, the green lynx spider
I really dislike spiders but this is too amazing looking!
Female Green Lynx Spider - Oh, you beautiful arachnid!
Peucetia viridans, the green lynx spider...Beautiful!
This is one creepy spider!
Insects, Plate 11 by E.A. Seguy
I love this beetle print!
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prints of insects art deco, E. A. Seguy, Insectes, North Carolina State University collection.
E.A. Seguy- (French designer / artist) 1920s Pochoir Print of insects, Art Deco
Seguy, Emile-Alain poster: Beetles Insect Print - Insectes - Plate 11
Art Nouveau Insect Prints from Insectes E.A. Séguy: Mid 1920s
(39) Fab.com | Elegant Entomology Prints
prints of insects art deco SEGUY
Fab.com | Insects Plate 11 16x20
Insects Plate 11 16x20
Antique Prints, Natural History - Art Nouveau Prints from E.A. Seguy's Insectes
Black White, Black Noir, Color Black
The black Beatle . Black is the new black . Noire . Nero . Photography. Animals
Black Beetle / #photography / Antoine Picard
black | beetle | glossy | composition
Antoine Picard - black beetle
#black #beetle #bug #insect
Black, White, Black and white, ....
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Jewel Beetle - The iridescence common to these beetles is not due to pigments in the exoskeleton, but instead physical iridescence in which microscopic texture in their cuticle selectively reflects specific frequencies of light in particular directions. This is the same effect that makes a compact disc reflect multiple colors.
Jewel Beetle (Trachys troglodytes)
Jewel Beetle. Colour inspiration.
Beetle. #insect #bugs #nature
Jewel Beetle -- beautiful,
Jewel Beetle polymer
Insects & Bugs Facts : Insects and Bugs World
I am a big fan of diffusing the light when photographing insects. Most of the shiny subjects looks far better under drastically diffused flash or other lights. The tiny details of the surface pass off in spotted illumination, so I always prefer using white plastic or white office paper around the insects. Now I wouldn't show example shots with absolutely pure lights, I hope each of you know the problem. As my favorite family of beetles are the jewel beetles, I have a lot of experiences in shooting them. In the nature they frequent sun-exposed places, like cut woods, flowers or dry trees. Pictures made under these conditions will be overcontrasted, too many black areas and shiny spots, loosing the nice sculpture details. You'd be better to photograph them in overcast or in early morning. Excercise in the studio gives useful experiences which can be profitable in the field. Jewel beetles (Buprestidae) are mostly colorful, metallic insects, they always look exciting if the light is well controlled. I obtained some routine with this small fellow a few days ago. It is a prepared leaf miner beetle - Trachys troglodytiformis choosen from my collection. Its length is 2,95 mm. For the test stacks I used the JML 21/3.5 lens on a bellows set to 7x magnification. Two sequences were made, first with a whole paper cylinder, second with the same cylinder but with a hole on it, and a translucent paper fixed on the hole. Both stacks were combined in two stacking methods of Zerene: DMap and PMax, surprisingly the results are different in terms of lighting effect. My edification is the excessive diffusing loses from the nature of the subject in some cases. Let's check the examples below!
FAMILY Buprestidae (metallic wood-boring beetles, jewel beetles) - Adults are usually metallic (iridescent) – coppery, green, blue, grey, or black, hard- bodied and compact, somewhat fusiform in overall shape, elytra are striated, posterior portion of the elytra is tapered, head is somewhat wide and eyes are prominent. Many species cause extreme damage to trees.
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Buprestidae are metallic wood-boring, jewel beetles. Adults are usually metallic (iridescent), hard-bodied and compact, somewhat fusiform in overall shape. Many species cause extreme damage to trees
FAMILY Buprestidae (metallic wood-boring beetles, jewel beetles).
wood boring beetles - Google Search
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In thinking of my PDF imprint, this strikes a chord ... Scarab Beetle (Theodosia perakensis)
storyhearts-journey: Scarab Beetle (Theodosia perakensis) via The Featured Creature.
SCARAB BEETLE Theodosia perakensis © Poul Beckmann/living-jewels.com
Scarab Beetle (Theodosia perakensis) via The Featured Creature
Fashion forward Scarab Beetle (Theodosia perakensis)
Scarab Beetle. One of the most beautiful beetles!
Scarab beetle (Theodosia perakensis)
SCARAB BEETLE Theodosia perakensis © Poul Beckmann/living-jewels.com The genus Scarabaeus consists of a number of Old World dung beetle species, including the “sacred scarab beetle”, Scarabaeus sacer....
leaf insect Phyllium giganteum
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leaf insect Phyllium giganteum. The Walking Leaf Insect is one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom.
Leaf insect Phyllium giganteum. The Walking Leaf Insect is one of the most remarkable leaf mimics in the animal kingdom. It occurs from Southeast Asia to Australia. Leaf insects use camouflage to take on the appearance of leaves. They can be as long as 7 inches.
leaf insect Phyllium giganteum Get the Raid, no no get the shot gun!
leaf insect Phyllium giganteum. The Walking Leaf Insect -- Now thats weird, but cool that it looks like a leaf-- it's be horrible to run into that in the woods
Leaf insect Phyllium giganteum Not small by any means, but SOOO AMAZING!!!!
Phyllium giganteum. Nature never seizes to amaze me!!
( - p.mc.n. ) leaf insect Phyllium giganteum
#strange #insects #fly #incredible
Phyllium giganteum #insect
Tithorea tarricina chrysalis..before the transformation
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"Tithorea tarricina chrysalis..before the transformation" basically it's a butterfly cocoon before hatching
Tithorea tarricina chrysalis..before the transformation #nature #butterfly #cocoon #metamorphosis
Chrysalis of the Tithorea tarricina butterfly beautiful....like silver
Looks like a piece of art. Chrysalis... Then again, I guess it is.
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unREAL! - Tithorea tarricina #chrysalis. #insect
Beautiful Butterfly pupa (Tithorea tarricina)
fabulous mantis - The English common name for any species in the order is "praying mantis", because of the typical "prayer-like" posture with folded fore-limbs, although the eggcorn "preying mantis" is sometimes used in reference to their predatory habits. In Europe and other regions, the name "praying mantis" refers to only a single species, Mantis religiosa
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Super cool mantis - a flower mantis for sure, Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) i love praying mantis
Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii). Praying Mantis, Mantodea (or mantises, mantes) The English common name for any species in the order is "praying mantis", because of the typical "prayer-like" posture with folded fore-limbs, although the eggcorn "preying mantis" is sometimes used in reference to their predatory habits.In Europe and other regions, the name "praying mantis" refers to only a single species, Mantis religiosa.
Spiny Flower Mantis http://www.keepinginsects.com/praying-mantis/species/spiny-flower-mantis/
Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)...like a praying mantis showgirl!
The Liberace of the insect world! Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)
Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) the Anna Pavlova of insects
Insects | Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii)
Insects, Plate 4 by E.A. Seguy
Insects, Plate 4
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pochoir insect prints--1. Sternotomis Imperialis. Guinée; 2. Sternotomis cornutus. Madagascar; 3. Callipogon Lemoinei. Perou; 4. Palimna annulata. Cochinchine; 5. Sternodonta pulchra. Sénéga
Longhorn Beetles Insect Print - Insectes - Plate 4 by Seguy, Emile-Alain | Vintage Posters at International Poster Gallery
1. Sternotomis Imperialis, Guinée; 2. Sternotomis cornutus, Madagascar; 3. Callipogon Lemoinei, Pérou; 4. Palimna annulata, Cochinchine; 5. Sternodonta pulchra, Sénégal From New York Public Library Digital Collections.
1. Sternotomis Imperialis. Guinée; 2. Sternotomis cornutus. Madagascar; 3. Callipogon Lemoinei. Perou; 4. Palimna annulata. Cochinchine; 5. Sternodonta pulchra. Sénégal. 1920s insect pochoir (stencil) prints by E.A. Séguy: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.ca/2006/12/pochoir-insects.html?m=1#
1. Sternotomis Imperialis. Guinée; 2. Sternotomis cornutus. Madagascar; 3. Callipogon Lemoinei. Perou; 4. Palimna annulata. Cochinchine; 5. Sternodonta pulchra. Sénégal. 1920s (ca.1928) insect pochoir (stencil) prints by E.A. (Emile-Alain) Séguy (1889-1985). Paris: Éditions Ducharte et Van Buggenhoudt | http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.ca/2006/12/pochoir-insects.html?m=1#
Image Title : 1. Sternotomis Imperialis, Guinée; 2. Sternotomis cornutus, Madagascar; 3. Callipogon Lemoinei, Pérou; 4. Palimna annulata, Cochinchine; 5. Sternodonta pulchra, Sénégal Creator : Séguy, E. A. -- Artist Medium : Pochoir prints [?]
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Eugene A. Seguy Insectes Plate 04, Cultural Entomology Digest 2
Insects, Plate 4 by E.A. Seguy
Scarab beetle- This beetle is also known as the Shining Leaf Chafer Beetle. It is known for it's vibrant, shiny color. While scarab beetles are common in Egyptian myths, this particular specimen is from the Southwestern United States where it is considered an agricultural pest.