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Here’s a Bug That Gives Birth to Rainbows

The nymphs (babies) of the treehopper Metcalfiella vicina are outrageously colorful little darlings that eventually grow up to look like big momma bug.

uğur yükü by mehmet karaca Praying Mantis & Lady Bug

Ladybug hitching a ride. Photo by mehmet karaca praying mantis are so cool, as are lady bugs!

ALLPE Medio Ambiente Blog Medioambiente.org : Ísidos, insectos con fibra óptica

ALLPE Medio Ambiente Blog Medioambiente.org : Ísidos, insectos con fibra óptica

This gorgeous creature is Chrysolina cerealis, also known as the rainbow leaf beetle. They're found throughout Eurasia, and are about 8mm long. Typically, the females are larger than the males.  I fucking love science

You don’t usually hear about insects being endangered since they’re typically found in huge numbers. However, the Rainbow Leaf Beetle (Chrysolina cerealis) is an extremely rare species of bug that is only found in a few small populations.

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae)

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae) These were some of my favorite bugs!

Here's a Bug That Gives Birth to Rainbows Catch More Creatures Here: http://www.thefeaturedcreature.com/2012/09/heres-bug-that-gives-birth-to-rainbows.html#ixzz286Tlh9Bt

Heres a Bug That Gives Birth to Rainbows : The Featured Creature

Hemiptera ninfa de Cicadelideo . http://k40.kn3.net/taringa/3/3/5/1/1/6/1/attoga/AC4.jpg?5706

Hemiptera ninfa de Cicadelideo . http://k40.kn3.net/taringa/3/3/5/1/1/6/1/attoga/AC4.jpg?5706

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Project Noah is a tool that nature lovers can use to explore and document local wildlife and a common technology platform that research groups can use to harness the power of citizen scientists everywhere.

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Mundo de macros - Macro World - - - # Focal Area - - - - - Focal - - Puss moth, Cerura vinula ( Nature’s weird sense of humour) by Igor Siwanowicz

Los insectos más inverosímiles del mundo

This amazingly fierce-looking caterpillar is the larva of the Wattle Cup Moth…

flatid planthopper, Phromnia rosea

flatid planthopper, Phromnia rosea

( Lantern Bug) Mom never has told us why we look like a peacock from the south end up!!!

Insects ( Bugs ) - Insecten~~don't know WHAT this is! Found out it's a "lantern bug" from SE Asia and not a good bug.

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