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Cool Pictures of Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography

The butterfly is a symbol of metamorphosis-changing from the old to the new.

Comet moth or Madagascar moon moth, Argema mittrei by Roeselien Raimond©. The Comet moth or Madagascan moon moth is an African moth, native to the rain forests of Madagascar

A kind of Unberigerusu genus (Hemiptera: treehopper family) Umbelligerus sp.

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Insects are aliens. Of course, we are too.

can bees smile?

caterpillar by Igor

punk freak style in the world of bugs caterpillar by Igor

Macrophotography - This is so you, BJL.


Hide 'n' peek! The damselfly who thought he was hidden. but was given away by his bug eyes


“A prickly Spiny Devil Katydid stares at the camera. British photographer Chris Mattison spotted the bizarre creature while leading a wildlife tour in Ecuador. He said: ‘It has a very striking look.

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A Weevil (Curculionidae) with waxy decorations produced from its cuticle as a camouflage strategy. Some weevil species produce a waxy secretion from glands in their cuticle which is used as part of a.


Treehoppers: Aetalionidae, Melizoderidae, and Membracidae (Hemiptera)

Louva a deus Gigante da Malásia (Rhombodera basalis)

Blue praying mantis by Igor Siwanowicz Photography

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Panorpa (mecoptera order) and mites

Panorpa & Mites by andrea hallgass

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What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

““he’s so handsome” i bet u are thinking. that is because he is a Handsome Fungus Beetle! what a gorgeous son o’ mine!

Igor Siwanowicz (Insectos)

Photographer Igor Siwanowicz captured this macro photo that only a mother could love