Explore Beetle Insect, Beetle Bug, and more!


Rosemary bettle, THESE colourful bugs may look exotic, but they’re wreaking havoc in UK gardens.

iridescent | mother-of-pearl | gleaming | shimmering | metallic rainbow | shine | Conognatha fryi

iridescent | mother-of-pearl | gleaming | shimmering | metallic rainbow | shine | Conognatha fryi

Trout Confetti Giclee Prints - Поиск в Google

Coccinellidae - Ladybird Psyllobora vigintiduopunctata I really like BUGS!

Cotton Harlequin Bug Tectocoris diophthalmus. The Hibiscus Harlequin Bug is found in coastal dunes, rainforest, open forest and gardens in northern and eastern Australia, New Guinea and some Pacific islands. The Hibiscus Harlequin Bug sucks sap from hibiscus plants, bottle trees and related species. Its main foodplant is the native Beach Hibiscus (Hibiscus tiliaceus). It is also a minor pest of cultivated cotton,

Hibiscus or Cotton Harlequin Bug - Tectocoris diophthalmus - This member of the family Scutelleridae has varied coloration with (f) mostly orange (m) blue red or blue orange. It is found in Northern Eastern Australia, New Guinea several Pacific islands

Orchid mantis (Hymenopus coronatus) lives in Thailand and Malaysia.

pink orchid mantis Nature makes me happy and I love things unique. This is not a flower but a praying mantis that looks like a flower. SO fascinating and I just love them all

Homoeocerus sp.- ISN'T HE GORGEOUS!! (Looks as though he has been coloured in!!) ⭕️

- I had to look closer, because he looks embroidered.


color ref A macro image of the back of a beetle. Chrysolina americana also known as a Rosemary Beetle. The rosemary beetle devours the leaves of rosemary, lavender, thyme, sage and some other related plants. It is long.

Rainbow Butterfly

Found this and the first thing I thought of was our precious God. A rainbow is a sign of God to me and I thought this was beautiful. Wish I could see one in real life.