A group of scarabs from the Scarabaeid family, July 1929.
Photograph by Edwin L. Wisherd, National Geographic
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Please please let there be an orchid mantis fairy/bug evolution for scyther!!
I made my own version but I’m really hoping for this to happen! Or at least a fairy/bug type. My guy needs a name though! Something that starts with “Sc” and ends in “r”. If anyone has any good ideas, lemme know. The best I have is Scapier, some kind of edit or rapier or something. I’d love to name it after a neat magical weapon though but I don’t know much about that!
A stag beetle suns itself on a log in a forest in Briesen, eastern Germany | image by Patrick Pleul
Who is Watching Who?
Ground Cricket (Teleogryllus sp., Gryllidae)
(attracted to MV night light)
by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
Pu’er, Yunnan, China
See more Chinese grasshoppers and crickets on my Flickr site HERE…..
This is one of the largest insects on our planet, and she is giving you smooches. it is a Goliath Beetle, who lives in the tropical forests of Africa and peacefully feeds on fruit and tree sap. they can grow up to 4.3 inches, and if you decide to raise one, they really like cat food.
I WANT ONE
Custom Ordered Cobalt Blue Tarantula Pendant ^_^
A young Hymenopus Coronatus (Orchid mantis) grabs an unsuspecting fruit fly.
Putting more paintings up around campus without permission.