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Piezodorus litoratus: The Gorse Shield Beetle sports two adult coloring related to sexual maturity, green, for those mating in the spring and multicolor for those which appear in the late summer.

Six-Spotted Tiger Beetle (Cicindela sexguttata) by Slomoz: Commonly found in the woods of North America (from Minnesota and Ontario to Kentucky) they are characterized by overlappin white mandibles. They usually have 6 spots, but sometimes fewer or none at all! en.wikipedia.org/... #Six_Spotted_Tiger_Beetle

Iridescent green beetle. Reminds me of the cockroaches from the book 14.

10/1: I'm mostly in love with the texture of this insect's carapace. It's kept from being an overbearing block of color by the small winding lines running through it, and of course the massive straight ones running down the length of it. Additionally, it's a very rich orange. It pleases my cones and rods.

Everyone has a lot going on in there lives these days but it is important to take a step back and realize the beauty of God's creations and how even something as small as a fish can look so incredible.

Fascinating Beetle - yellow with bright green markings and red legs.

Agrilus cyanescens Ratzeburg, 1837, via Flickr.

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making porcelain bugs? good way to play with glazes for sure! it's on my list of future to-dos

beetles-I thot it was Christmas ornaments??? It's bugs...GROSS...but they are pretty...as long as they r NOT on me... :)

by Igor Siwanowicz (Grannies bonnet)