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Common cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha) Featured Insects and Spiders Print

Common cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha)

Common cockchafer (Melolontha melolontha), male resting on a twig at night. Females have only six leaves on their antennae. Powys, Wales

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Amusing, Animal, Animal Portrait, Beetle, Billy Witch, Black Background, Cockchafers, Coleoptera, Comical, European, Eye Contact, Fauna, Females Six Leaves On Antennae, Fringed, Funny, Gaze, Humorous, Insect, Insecta, Leafed Antennae, Major Crop Pest, Males Seven Leaves On Antennae, May Bug, Melolontha, Scarabaeidae, Sexual Dimorphism, Sexually Dimorphic, Spang Beetle, Stare, Watching, Wildlife, Zaltzman Bug

Worker termites (Eutermes sp) Featured Insects and Spiders Print

Worker termites (Eutermes sp)

Worker termites (Eutermes sp), building an extension to their termitarium. It has been calculated that the mass of their dwellings is equivalent to humans building a tower as tall as the Matterhorn, almost 5 km high. Gilbert-Smithburne River, Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland, Australia

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Australian, Builders, Colony, Constructing, Construction, High Angle View, Insects, Large Group Of Animals, Mound, Nest, Social Insects, Termite, Termites, Tropical, Yellow

Thorn bugs (possibly Umbonia crassicornis) Featured Insects and Spiders Print

Thorn bugs (possibly Umbonia crassicornis)

Thorn bugs (possibly Umbonia crassicornis) on a branch. Each bug is about 10 mm long. The sharp spines or horns of bugs dropped to the ground can cause slow-healing wounds to bare feet. Costa Rica

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Bugs, Camouflage, Colourful, Day, Disguise, Hemiptera, Insect, Large Group Of Animals, Mass, Membracidae, Outdoors, Point, Spiky, Thorn, Vibrant Colour