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Insects and Spiders Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 71 pictures in our Insects and Spiders collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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

Teddybear bee (Amegilla bombiformis) Featured Insects and Spiders Print

Teddybear bee (Amegilla bombiformis)

Teddybear bee (Amegilla bombiformis) flying towards Salvia flower (cv. Black and Blue) to collect nectar and pollen. The long siphoning proboscis is clearly visible. Wauchope, New South Wales, Australia

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Australian, Blue, Drinking, Feeding, Flight, Flower, Flying, Furry, Fuzzy, Hairy, Hover, Hovering, Insect, Movement, Pollinating, Pollination, Proboscis, Purple, Sage

Chequered swallowtails (Papilio demoleus) Featured Insects and Spiders Print

Chequered swallowtails (Papilio demoleus)

Chequered swallowtails (Papilio demoleus), group of three mud puddling, showing the red tornol spots. Butterflies get salts and minerals from mud puddles, usually males because the sperm benefits. When the butterflies mate, the nutrients pass to the female, improving the viability of the eggs thus increasing the chances of passing the strong genes to the next generation. Boulia, central west Queensland, Australia

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