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[featured image] Insect wings are right up there with metamorphosis in the adaptations that have allowed these animals to become as successful as they are. Insects are pioneers of the sky and they took to the wing at least 350 million years ago in the steamy forests of the Carboniferous …
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Supplies for taxidermy art - dried insects : Pack of 2 calosoma scrutator 2O/25mm ,ground beetle , wing open ws 60/65mm, FREE SHIPPING
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The spring and summer were extremely busy with various illustration projects including a big book about bugs (see Stag Beetle illustration opposite ) and two exhibitions. Now I am preparing for the Wildlife Expo at Alexandra Palace 14 - 15 October. This is a new event and looks set to be a great day out for anyone with an interest in all things wildlife. I will be teaming up with two other wildlife artists, sculptor Wendy Hunt and pencil artist Jamie Boots and Simon Trapnell from Nature in…
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Rhinoceros beetles are beetles that fall under the subfamily Dynastinae. They are sometimes referred to as Hercules beetles, horn beetles, or unicorn beetles. They are known for their impressive size and unique physical appearance, including the large horn-like protrusions present in only in males. They are among the largest group of beetle with many species reaching […]
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Male Atlas beetle (Chalcosoma atlas). The wings are shown in the open position.
Photo about Female of Trypocopris vernalis isolated on white background. Image of dung, vertical, color - 18170618
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In this science activity, kids will explore and create a beetle habitat where they can observe beetles! Beetles are different from other insects because they have a pair of tough fore-wings called “elytra” and a second set of more delicate flight wings. The fore-wings protect the beetle’s body and the flight wings. Beetles can crawl around rocks, sticks, and leaves and not get hurt because their elytra are tough. When they are ready to fly, they open their elytra and unfold their flight…
Inspired by my recent visit to the fantastic 'Museum für Naturkunde' in Berlin (--> [link]), I am painting beetles once again. I have now heard Golia... Goliathus Beetle
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