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Helea perforata, Hairy Pie-dish Beetle

A slightly damp Hairy Pie-dish Beetle, Helea perforata Baldivis, Perth.

Hairy backed pie dish beetle by jeans_Photos

Hairy backed pie dish beetle by jeans_Photos

Hairy Pie-dish Beetle (I shit you not)

Hairy Pie-dish Beetle (I shit you not)

Cococinelle

Alberta Grade 2 Science Topic E Small Crawling and Flying Animals - The Life Cycle of a Ladybug video

Phanaeus meleagris : male ( top and bottom )  female ( middle )

Phanaeus meleagris : male ( top and bottom ) female ( middle )

besouro

Evolution, complexity, and human mating systems. By Lisa Wade, PhD Story :The Dung Beetle A story on Quirks and Quarks discussed the mating strategies of the dung beetle.

A look at the Monarch wing while in the Chrysalis

Monarch Butterfly Chrysalis

Monarch Butterfly Chrysalis by James Garrison on Capture Minnesota // Chrysalis of a Monarch butterfly, collected and raised from the egg for tagging and release.

Had a hard time figuring out which board I should pin this one - science or design? Because that design is perfect. Shining Ball Scarab Beetle.

This beetle with a Transformer-esque cute game ~ 19 Creatures That Conclusively Prove Size Isn't Everything

2724 Green Crab Spider | John Flannery 2014

Green Crab Spider Misumenoides formosipes Crab spider They are small Crab spiders They can walk forward, sideways or backward by John Flannery

Sky blue hoplia coerulea

Sky blue hoplia coerulea

Scientists have unearthed a completely new species of spider hiding in sand dunes on the Israel-Jordan border.    With a legspan that stretches 5.5 inches, the spider, called Cerbalus aravensis, is the biggest of its type in the Middle East.

Giant Spider Species Discovered in Middle Eastern Sand Dunes

I won't be camping in the mid-east anytime soon.Giant Spider Species Discovered in Middle Eastern Sand Dunes (Cerbalus aravensis)

insect

Rhinoceros beetle (Dynastinae) - Over 300 species of rhinoceros beetles are known.

funerary dagger moth or paddle caterpillar

funerary dagger moth - common name - the paddle caterpillar

Foto

Dicronocephalus wallichi - Oh baby you are beautiful

Peanut-head Bug! (Fulgoria laternaria) | by Scott Olmstead

Peanut-head Bug! (Fulgoria laternaria) | by Scott Olmstead

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