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2 MOTHS Like stealth fighter jets, a macro picture by Marco Fischer of two Oleander Hawk-Moths (Daphnis nerii).

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A Photographic Tour Of Earth’s Most Bizarre And Beautiful Creatures

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae)

Eupholus magnificus Papua Insects Foundation (Coleoptera/Curculionidae) These were some of my favorite bugs!

The Atlas Moth (Attacus atlas) - the tip of the moths wing is camouflaged to resemble the head of a cobra snake. When disturbed, the Atlas moth falls to the ground and writhes about to complete the illusion.  Via - Back to Nature

Atlas Moth (Attacus Atlas) ~ the tip of the moth's wing is camouflaged to resemble the head of a distinctive cobra snake. When disturbed, the Atlas moth falls to the ground and writhes about to complete the illusion.

Butterfly cloud

butterfly migration in Mexico. This reminds me of one time when I was little I was sitting outside and then a big wing came in and blew for like 3 seconds and when it stopped there was hundreds of monarch butterflies in our yard.

Nature shot of the day: a grasshopper just after shedding its exoskeleton.   Photograph by Adhi Prayoga

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A bright green grasshopper emerges from its old skin, leaving a perfect replica of itself behind. Photo credit: Adhi Prayoga/SOlent News

peacock katydid (Pterochroza ocellata)

(NOT new to science) The Peacock katydid (Pterochroza ocellata) observed on a Conservation International Rapid Assessment Program (RAP) expedition to Guyana's Acarai Mountains in

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Spider’s web. This incredible shot looks like an epicly captured instant of rain suspended in space, until you look a little closer and realize that each of those droplets are suspended beautifully between sections of a spider’s web.

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