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Eurhinus magnificus — The genus includes 23 species that are widely distributed. Eurhinus magnificus occurs in Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala...

Metallic weevil scientific name: Eurhinus magnificus Gyllenhal (Insecta: Coleoptera: Curculionidae)

Coreidae, Amorbus sp by Daniel O'Brien, via Flickr

Coreidae Amorbus sp - Daniel O'brien A nymph of Amorbus alternatus, one of several Amorbus species known as Eucalyptus Tip Bug

Tiger Beetle from Hong Kong, Cicindellidae.

Alien Nations: Up Close and Impersonal with Insects and Spiders ~ The Ark In Space

Erotylus species, Pleasing Fungus Beetle.  Order Coleoptera: Family Erotylidae.  Amazon Basin of eastern Colombia

Pleasing Fungus Beetle - Erotylidae Pleasing fungus beetles of the family Erotylidae (Coleoptera) are easily recognized by their usually red, orange, yellow or purple bright color combined with black,.

As annoying as they can be, sometimes a fly's iridescence is irresistible. This shiny fly is a perfect example, looking jewel-like in greens and golds. But, if you just can't stand them, here are 7 natural fly repellents that will keep them from buzzing to close.

Bugs in Pictures: Incredible Insect Macro Photography

Thomas Shahan has a knack for getting up close and personal with bugs, and making even the most underestimated arthropods look cute, interesting, and downright gorgeous. Check out these amazing photos that will make you look at the tiniest critters in a w

Species: Belionota sumptuosa  Real Framed Jewel Beetle Rainbow Conservation Insect Display  Native Origin: Papua New Guinea

Species: Belionota sumptuosa Real Framed Jewel Beetle Rainbow Conservation Insect Display Native Origin: Papua New Guinea rainbow colourful beetle

Wingless Wasp - Timulla - Velvet Ant

Dasymutilla occidentalis - Red Velvet Ant - Mutillidae - Himenoptera - Actually a wingless wasp - known as cow killers around here due to extremely painful sting)

Wauw!

And were looking for alien life on distant planets! Spiny Flower Mantis (Pseudocreobotra wahlbergii) perhaps? So damn cool!

New species of insect living in the South American rain forest.

This troll-haired insect was found in the Suriname rainforest and is only 5 millimeters long. Its 'hair' are actually waxy secretions that could be a defense mechanism to distract predators.

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