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A Bug's Eye View - Image: Cyan (© Ireneusz Irass Waledzik / Caters News)

OooooOOoOoO by Ondrej Pakan, via 500px: Microcosmos. #Photography #Insect #Ondrej_Pakan

This picture of an insect covered in dew moments after a downpour is part of Ondrej Pakan’s series of big-eye views from around the world. I hate bugs but this is a pretty cool picture.

Argia vivida Damselfly. Photo by Thomas Shahan with reversed lens setup.

Blue Damselfly (Argia vivida) Damselflies are predatory, preying on small insects such as flies and mosquitoes. Some larger species have even been observed to eat spiders, plucking them directly from.

Rhinoceros beetle by Oleg Konstantinov. Silver dipped

Antique silver beetle brooch with a locket style opening for a photo!

Avispa | Explore: #195, 10 Abril | alfonsobenayas | Flickr

Yellow Jacket Good Guys In The Backyard. But - don't forget who they are. Respect for your neighbors in the backyard is always a good idea.

Green Bottle Blue  Turantula

Greenbottle Blue Tarantula - Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens This striking tarantula is a male Chromatopelma cyaneopubescens (Araneae -Theraphosidae), a species native to the dry forests of the coastal regions of Venezuela.

Besouro violinista verde. Eupoecila australasiae. É um membro da família dos escaravelhos (Scarabaeidae). Estes besouros são voadores fortes. São encontrados no leste da Austrália, em Queensland, Nova Gales do Sul, Vitória e sudeste da Austrália do Sul, e vive em brejos e florestas de eucalipto, bem como parques e jardins suburbanos. Fotografia: Ron no Flickr.

Besouro violinista verde. Eupoecila australasiae. É um membro da família dos escaravelhos (Scarabaeidae). Estes besouros são voadores fortes. São encontrados no leste da Austrália, em Queensland, Nova Gales do Sul, Vitória e sudeste da Austrália do Sul, e vive em brejos e florestas de eucalipto, bem como parques e jardins suburbanos. Fotografia: Ron no Flickr.

Damselfly by Murray Clarke:  Damselflies are similar to dragonflies, but...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Damselfly #Insects #Damselfly

Damselfly by Murray Clarke. A face only a mother could love.

The macro foto of this little guy is amazing. You can see all the details and the colors of his eyes fits really well with the green blurred background.

The macro foto of this little guy is amazing. You can see all the details and the colors of his eyes fits really well with the green blurred background.~ I want a macro lens

Lady Bug, Lady Bug, fly away home. To my home. (love this book, but don't really want a ladybug invasion)

Lady Bug, Lady Bug, fly away home. To my home. (love this book, but don't really want a ladybug invasion)

Chrysidid-Wespe, photo: Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab, U.S. Geological Survey

" — This unknown Chrysidid wasp was found in the Timpanogos Cave National Monument, Utah. It was photographed using a full-frame camera with focus stacking to achieve a super high level of clarity and detail.

Dragonfly

A blue damselfly. The difference between damselflies and dragonflies is that the damsels fold up their wings while perched. Dragonflies keep them open.

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