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    Shield bug

    This spectacular spotted red bug is our Rangers' Spotting of the Week! Spotted by Eduardo Axel Recillas Bautista:

    Parent bug by johnhallmen

    Scorpion mama & babies. This gives me a special admiration for the females of some species. It also reminds me to never complain about cranky human children ever again, there are things far worse!



    Forest Sheild Bug (Nymph) - Pentatoma rufipes, Alawwa, Sri Lanka

    Giant Earthworm....(There’s a species in South and Central America (Glossoscolecidae) that reaches 2 meters in length. Then there’s the Giant Palouse Earthworm (Driloleirus americanus) of the Palouse region of Eastern Washington state that grows to 1 meter. Another big boy is the Giant Gippsland Earthworm (Megascolides australis) that can reach 3 meters in length. A species in South Africa called Microchaetus rappi which has been recorded reaching lengths of 6.7 meters – that’s 22 feet long!)

    Mother Nature as Supreme Designer! This is a Picasso Bug which is a species of Shield-backed Bug (Sphaerocoris annulus) Catch More Creatures Here:

    help save the elephants so this little one gets to stay with his/her mom. She's vulnerable to poachers.

    Cute bug eyes

    Jewel bugs


    Hickory Horned Devil Caterpillar by heysharon, Maryland: Yikes! Larval form of the Regal Moth. (Harmless) #Regal_Moth

    The beetle family Phengodidae is known also as glowworm beetles, whose larvae are known as glowworms.


    bugs...amazing colors.

    Stick Bug

    Beautiful beetles

    Baby Giraffe No. 5 by Sharon Montrose