kristína záborská

kristína záborská

kristína záborská
More ideas from kristína
Hummingbird Moth drinking nectar....I've seen one of these, and it had me a bit confused the first time. I wasn't quite certain what it was. That was 15 years ago. I've only seen 3 more since then.

Hummingbird Moth drinking nectar, by Sylvia Lilova. I remember seeing these in the garden of an albergo in early evening, in Monticiano.

unusual insects...if you click on this one it will bring you to a site with more (unpin-able)

These fuzzy little cuties are Bombyliidae. The Bombyliidae are bee flies feeding on nectar and pollen, some being important pollinators.

This beetle with a Transformer-esque cute game.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

This beetle with a Transformer-esque cute game ~ 19 Creatures That Conclusively Prove Size Isn't Everything

“Cerambycid beetle (ca 25mm long, Coleoptera, Lamiinae, Cerambycidae; ID: …) from the dense rain forest of Yangambi (DR Congo, November 2013, ethanol preserved).” photographed by Andre de Kessel

photographed by Andre de Kessel - “Cerambycid beetle (ca long, Coleoptera, Lamiinae, Cerambycidae; ID: …) from the dense rain forest of Yangambi (DR Congo, November ethanol preserved).