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Amazing Dragonfly Insect - Dragonfly Facts, Images, Information, Habitats, News

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IPhotographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies.

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Photographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. ~Insect faces only a mother could love!

An image of an Arabidopsis thaliana flower, commonly known as thale cress. Stefan Eberhard.

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Scanning electron micrograph of part of a thale cress flower, showing the male and female reproductive organs. The female part of the flower, the pistil (the blue feathery structure on an olive green.

Mason bee drone in flight photo

If they die we die - help them in your garden by planting open single head flowers, planting the same plants in clusters rather than peppered around the garden, plant for a succession of flowers throughout the year. Some good varieties include snowdrops,

I love the overlapping of the divided body parts, and yellow and black pattern.

100 Most Beautiful Macro Photography examples for your inspiration

This is called the Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica) and even its name is all fancy. They're insanely rare, too, only being found in a single location which is severely fragmented. The extent of occurrence is less than 100 km2. Habitat: Southeastern India and Sri Lanka Status: Critically Endangered

This is called the Gooty Sapphire Ornamental Tree Spider (Poecilotheria metallica) and even its name is all fancy. They're insanely rare, too, only being found in a single location. Habitat: Southeastern India and Sri Lanka Status: Critically Endangered

GM insects released onto crops. Oxitec has already developed a number of GM insects, including moths and mosquitoes. Its technology involves inserting a lethal gene into male insects which are then released in large numbers to mate with their wild female counterparts. This gene is passed on to any resulting offspring, such as caterpillars, which die quickly before attacking vegetable crops, so boosting farm yields and profits.

Could millions of GM insects be released into British crop fields without safety checks?

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Metallic wasp... yes, this is a real insect!

Love the mohawk!amazing bug with the emerald green colors often seen in the tiny miracles of the created world, especially among insects. Detail of the feathery looking antenna associated with moths gives a unique photo!

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