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Pseudogaurotina cressoni

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"Ghost mantis- cool mantis species that I used to keep they blend in so well they were hard to find on the plants I kept in their enclosure".

9 of the most absurd-looking mantis species

Praying Mantis Fact - In Spite of Female Cannibalism Makes a Lovely picture.

Shades of green by Ilonka Meyer

Shades of green by Ilonka Meyer. Serious, God, is this a robot?

Butterfly, butterfly (a part of BTS song "Butterfly"...............I KNOW I AM OBSESSED OK?

Butterfly, butterfly (a part of BTS song "Butterfly"...............I KNOW I AM OBSESSED OK?

Besouro Atlas... impressionante criatura.

What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

Atlas Beetle (Chalcosoma atlas) Creepy, but cool (DMA)

So much personality!

So much personality!

62Butterflies And Moths

24 Beautiful Butterflies and Moths

62Butterflies And Moths

Butterflies And Moths 5

20 Beautiful Butterflies and Marvelous Moths

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Trichopeplus laciniatus

What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

Deep in the cloud forests of Costa Rica this elaborately camouflaged Walking Stick insect mimics moss and lichen, its body festooned with chitinous projections of its exoskeleton.

Macro shots of insects eyes by Thomas Shahan, a photographer based in Oklahoma, USA.

Rainbow eyes, bug eyes, bug eyes with something looking like pupils in them, and more. Again, more helpful alien eye concepts.

各样飞蛾

各样飞蛾

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

[Found here. Lots more below the break.] [UPDATE 31 July 2016- I disabled the source link as it now redirects to a malware site. The source of the image is likely a fold-out from National Geographi…

"The Creator, if He exists, has a special preference for beetles. Haldane More

Trypocopris fulgidus                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

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