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Green / Vert / Entomologie / Dragon / Leaf / Feuille Rajah Butterfly "Dragonhead" Caterpillar (Notice the silky lined leaf, the caterpillar has created) Beautiful Bugs, Beautiful Butterflies, Amazing Nature, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, All Gods Creatures, Sea Creatures, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful

Tawny Rajah Butterfly "Dragonhead" Caterpillar (Charaxes bernardus, Charaxinae, Nymphalidae)

They say that 1000 thread count sheets are the ultimate quality to sleep on, but for these caterpillars, a silken lining produced by yourself and continuously renewed produces the precise leaf curl required to safely spend your days as inconspicuously as possible. The larvae of the butterflies of the Nymphalid subfamily Charaxinae are blessed with impressive head ornamentation appropriately earning them the title of dragonhead caterpillars. Pu'er, Yunnan, China

Patiently Waiting For the Slow Ones, photo by John Horstman. Shield bugs wait for the last two eggs to hatch. Something very beautiful about this Reptiles, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, Beautiful Bugs, Amazing Nature, Beautiful Pictures, Shield Bugs, Cool Bugs, A Bug's Life

Patiently waiting for the slow ones.....waiting.....waiting.....

Two eggs in this clutch of shield bugs remain unhatched. Pu'er, Yunnan, China

Strange Animals You Didn’t Know Exist Umbonia Spinosa These thorn bugs are related to cicadas, and use their beaks to pierce plant stems to feed upon their sap. Their strange appearance still poses many questions to scientists Bizarre Animals, Unusual Animals, Ugly Animals, Rare Animals, Cool Insects, Bugs And Insects, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Glaucus Atlanticus

Thorn treehopper - Umbonia crassicornis

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adsertoris: “ themagicfarawayttree: “ Indian Rose Mantis (Gongylus gongylodes) ” Gongylus gongylodes, also known as the wandering violin mantis, Ornate mantis or Indian rose mantis, is an insect of. Beautiful Bugs, Amazing Nature, Beautiful Creatures, Animals Beautiful, Reptiles, Cool Bugs, A Bug's Life, Praying Mantis, Bugs And Insects

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Caterpillars on pine needle - future sawflies (Symphyta) Macro Photography, Animal Photography, Cool Bugs, Flying Flowers, Moth Caterpillar, Insect Art, Beautiful Bugs, Wild Creatures, Bugs And Insects

Caterpillars on pine needle

Future sawflies. Thank you fire22kolar for ID. I have edited this in photoshop and Neat Image and Picnik.

Drosophyllum lusitanicum 'Lacewing' by Alejiga (Alejandro Jimenez) Cool Insects, Flying Insects, Bugs And Insects, Weird Insects, Beautiful Bugs, Beautiful Butterflies, Beautiful Pictures, Pictures Of Insects, Lacewings

Ravenwhimsy's Wonderful World

libutron: “ A Green lacewing (Neuroptera - Chrysopidae) on a leaf of Drosophyllum lusitanicum (Caryophyllales - Drosophyllaceae), one of the few carnivorous plants to grow in dry, alkaline...

Eurycea cirrigera: Southern Two-Lined Salamander eggs Insect Eggs, Salamanders, Strange Things, Reptiles And Amphibians, Lizards, Grubs, Nature Pictures, Turtles, Indiana

Eurycea cirrigera: Southern Two-Lined Salamander

A nest--far along in development--in central Indiana. These embryos were squirming as I photographed them.

Birch sawfly larva / Larve du Tenthrède du bouleau Beginning in June, the female, which is wasp-like with silvery membranous wings, cuts a network of slits along leaf margins and deposits her eggs in them. In July, groups of larvae can be readily observed around the leaves, which they consume right down to the midrib. At the end of its larval development, the insect falls to the ground and weaves a silky cocoon in which it overwinters as a prepupa in the litter. Curious Creatures, Grubs, Beetles, Caterpillar, Birch, Insects, Wings, Leaves, Female

Birch sawfly larva / Larve du Tenthrède du bouleau

Beginning in June, the female, which is wasp-like with silvery membranous wings, cuts a network of slits along leaf margins and deposits her eggs in them. In July, groups of larvae can be readily observed around the leaves, which they consume right down to the midrib. At the end of its larval development, the insect falls to the ground and weaves a silky cocoon in which it overwinters as a prepupa in the litter. Dès le mois de juin, la femelle, semblable à une guêpe aux ailes argentées et…

Seagrape Sawfly from Honduras - What's That Bug? Spiders And Snakes, Beautiful Bugs, Cheer You Up, Honduras, Plant Leaves, Grubs, Lizards, Woods, Creepy

Seagrape Sawfly from Honduras - What's That Bug?

Possible sawfly laying eggs November 4, 2009 I was encouraged by Eric Eaton (Kaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America) to forward my question and photo to you for help in identification. He indicates that the insect is not a cicada, but is most likely a sawfly of some type. Thank you in advance [...]

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An online resource devoted to North American insects, spiders and their kin, offering identification, images, and information.

Solomon's Seal Sawfly - nasty grey caterpillars Harmful Insects, Solomons Seal, Garden Pests, Grubs, Garden Inspiration, Plant Leaves, Gardens, Button, Eat

Solomon's Seal Sawfly

So my little grey caterpillar problem is solved - all thanks to lovely people on my Facebook page. The nasty little pests on my Solomon's...