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Mirror spider (Thwaitesia Argentiopunctata)

Nature the beautiful artist. The Australian Stained Glass Mirror Spider (Thwaitesia Argentiopunctata) photo credit: ©Nick Bay


Eye of the Spider: Hypnotizing Macro Photos of Exotic Spiders Staring Directly into Your Mind


Spider from the Micrathena family, Madidi National Park, Bolivia // not technically an insect, but since i am not creating an arachnid board, here it goes!

Wolf Spider carrying her young. From Jacobo Martin on Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/51708886@N03/6355533401/

Wolf Spider carrying her young. The egg sacs are attached to her spinnerets, which produce silk.

Marbled Orb Spinner

marbled orb weaver - spiders fascinate me - I don't like closeups of them but what they do - the spinning process - is amazing!

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See and Compare a Designed one as this with real One: Ceratophyus polyceros Pallas, 1771

Libélula fucsia!! pic.twitter.com/dNpHDNdeRK

Male Crimson Dropwing Dragonfly - And who said pink and red didnt go together.

Brown Button Spider by Martie Rheeder, via Flickr

Brown Button Spider - (Latrodectus geometricus) commonly known as the brown widow.

Explore Jäger & Sammler's photos on Flickr. Jäger & Sammler has uploaded 827 photos to Flickr.

COLOR - primary colors of spider; Pretty, but keep it away from me!-) Colorful spider by Jäger & Sammler

This rare orb-weaver spider lives in the upper Amazonian basin of Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and Brazil. It greatly resembles a Koopa Shell from Super Mario Bros.

A little known South American jumping spider - Encyosaccus sexmaculatus (Arthropoda: Chelicerata: Arachnida: Araneae)

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Funny pictures about Party mantis. Oh, and cool pics about Party mantis. Also, Party mantis.

Картинки по запросу самые необычные насекомые

The Goliath beetles (named after the biblical giant Goliath) are among the largest insects on Earth, if measured in terms of size, bulk and weight.Goliath beetles can be found.