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Background imageRelated Images Collection: Entomology Specimens

Entomology Specimens
A specimen tray from the Natural History Museums Entomology Department showing the diversity of insects in terms of shape, size and colours

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Venus fly trap

Venus fly trap
Illustration of a venus fly trap

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetle insect illustration 1881

Beetle insect illustration 1881
Steel engraving different beetles

Background imageRelated Images Collection: For Healths Sake

For Healths Sake
Comic illustration by Lawson Wood showing two cheeky monkey pilfering fruit from a sleeping orang utan, Gran pop. Title is For Healths Sake Take Things Quietly

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetle display case J970134

Beetle display case J970134
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Beetle display case

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle

Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle
Silver chafer beetle specimen. The beetles have a base pigment covered by several colourless microscopically thin layers called laminae

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetles

Beetles
Double page spread of pencil and watercolour illustrations and sketches of beetles by Henry Walter Bates

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Male Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) with beetle larva in beak about to feed two chicks

Male Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) with beetle larva in beak about to feed two chicks, New York, USA, May

Background imageRelated Images Collection: British Beetles

British Beetles
A poster of beetle specimens selected for The Boys Own Paper by Watkins and Doncaster, naturalists

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Harlequin Ladybird - with 7-spot Ladybird on the left

Harlequin Ladybird - with 7-spot Ladybird on the left
SPH-3268 Harlequin LADYBIRD - with 7-spot ladybird (on left) Harmonia axyridis The Harlequin is a voracious predator and easily out competes our native ladybirds for food

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model

Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
A large scale model of the devils coach horse beetle (Ocypus olens). A beetle that is commonly found beneath logs. Held within the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Cladognathus sp. stag beetle

Cladognathus sp. stag beetle
A specimen of a large stag beetle from Asia. Stag beetles belong to the family (Lucanidae). Only male stag beetles have horns or antlers

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Longhorn beetle

Longhorn beetle

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Stag Beetle

Stag Beetle
A rather handsome stag beetle spreads its wings

Background imageRelated Images Collection: German Armoured Vehicles; Second World War, 1944

German Armoured Vehicles; Second World War, 1944
Illustration showing a selection of German armoured vehicles used during the Battle for Normandy in 1944. The vehicles shown include Panther and Tiger tanks (left foreground)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: To the Public Danger

To the Public Danger
Humorous scene by Lawson Wood (1878-1957) showing policemen chasing a gentleman in a futuristic flying machine along a main road. Satire on flying which was in infancy

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Box containing beetles J970133

Box containing beetles J970133
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. Box containing beetles and beetle fragments

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetle illustrations

Beetle illustrations
Double page spread of pencil and watercolour illustrations of beetles by Henry Walter Bates

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 7-Spot Ladybird - On flower with open wings

7-Spot Ladybird - On flower with open wings
LA-1253 7-Spot LADYBIRD - on flower with open wings Coccinella septempunctata Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds

7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds
SPH-711 7-SPOT LADYBIRD - on Marsh Marigolds UK Coccinella 7-punctata Steve Hopkin Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) Portrait on an Oak bud, Hertfordshire, England, UK

Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) Portrait on an Oak bud, Hertfordshire, England, UK, May - Focus Stacked - Captive

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Insects cicada bug beetle 1881

Insects cicada bug beetle 1881
Steel engraving of different insects

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 20th Century Art: Weevil (Rhopalomesites tardyi), 1998 by Ma

20th Century Art: Weevil (Rhopalomesites tardyi), 1998 by Ma
Watercolour. Russell is an example of a scientist turned artist. Trained initially as an entomologist his combined love of beetles and art resulted in a series of exceptional drawings of weevils

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Advertisement for Keatings Powder

Advertisement for Keatings Powder
An advertisement for Keatings Powder, to rid your clothes of bugs, fleas, beetles, moths, and other distressing insects. Remember to take it with you on holiday! Date: 1913

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetles and Butterflies

Beetles and Butterflies
Insects of the English countryside - including Stag Beetle (lucanus), Tiger Beetle (cicindelida) and a variety of butterflies and moths (lepidoptera)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Darwinism, Natural Selection of Living Organisms, lithograph, published in 1897

Darwinism, Natural Selection of Living Organisms, lithograph, published in 1897
Darwinism - Principle of Natural Selection of Living Organisms by Charles Darwin (English naturalist, 1809-1882): 1 - 4) in animals of the same breed and environment - Bumblebee (Bombus confusus)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Australia-Auto-Dog

Australia-Auto-Dog
A dog sits in a Volkswagen Beetle as it drives on a road in Sydney on June 17, 2014. AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS / AFP PHOTO / PETER PARKS

Background imageRelated Images Collection: A fine ripe Pomelo, peeled and cut ornamentally for table

A fine ripe Pomelo, peeled and cut ornamentally for table
Watercolour by Olivia Fanny Tonge 1858-1949. 180 x 260mm. From one of sixteen sketchbooks presented to the Museum in 1952

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Hydroporus rufifrons, diving beetle

Hydroporus rufifrons, diving beetle
Close-up shot of a diving beetle (Hydroporus rufifrons). Specimen held in the Natural History Museums Entomology Department

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Scarab beetles

Scarab beetles
The largest shown here, (Scarabaeus sacer), was regarded as sacred in ancient Egypt. Today the species are important to agriculture for their dung burying activities

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Coleoptera sp. metallic beetles

Coleoptera sp. metallic beetles
A pair of gold and silver metallic beetles side by side

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Going with a Swing

Going with a Swing
Humorous illustration by Lawson Wood (1878-1957) showing Gran pop the orang utan swinging on vines. Entitled Gran pop travels a la Carte

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle

Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle
PM-9946 Drawing - Stag beetle, male, old artwork Europe's largest beetle Lucanus cervus Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Hercules Beetle Etc

Hercules Beetle Etc
The HERCULES beetle, SCARABAEUS TITYUS and others, depicted in their natural habitat

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Anderson Special N5541N Ace of Diamonds, Beetle Bomb

Anderson Special N5541N Ace of Diamonds, Beetle Bomb
Anderson Special N5541N " Ace of Diamonds, Beetle Bomb" formula one racer; race number 63 - Information: (Alvin E) Anderson Propeller Co, Elmhurst IL

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Insects, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Insects, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Insects, c1910. Insects, invertebrates with exoskeletons, are the most diverse group of animals, over 90% of all animal life forms on Earth are insects

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Beetles in a flood chromolithograph 1896

Beetles in a flood chromolithograph 1896
The Royal Matural History by Richard Lydekker, London - Frederick Warne & Co and New York 1896

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) extracting beetle grubs from wood. Endemic to Madagascar

Aye-aye (Daubentonia madagascariensis) extracting beetle grubs from wood. Endemic to Madagascar. Photographed under controlled conditions at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Jersey, UK. captive

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race

Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race
Autocar Poster -- Thery driving a Richard-Brasier car to win the Gordon Bennett race for France. Seen here after overtaking a Wolseley Beetle driven by Cs Rolls for the British team. Date: 1905

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Happy Pentecost (colour litho)

Happy Pentecost (colour litho)
981968 Happy Pentecost (colour litho) by German School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Happy Pentecost. German greetings card.); Look and Learn / Valerie Jackson Harris Collection

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Longhorn Beetle (Lamia textor), Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Longhorn Beetle (Lamia textor), Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model

Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
A large scale model of the devils coach horse beetle (Ocypus olens). A beetle that is commonly found beneath logs. Held within the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Plate from The Natural History of Carolina by Mark Catesby

Plate from The Natural History of Carolina by Mark Catesby
Illustration from The Natural History of Carolina, Florida and the Bahama islands (1731) Vol 1 by Mark Catesby (1683-1749)

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Black & White Illustration: Stag beetle male and female, From Furneaux 1911

Black & White Illustration: Stag beetle male and female, From Furneaux 1911
PM-9687 Black & White Illustration: Stag beetle male and female, From Furneaux 1911 Lucanus cervus Pat Morris Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Philippine Tarsier, adult, about to eat a Giant Malaysian Click Beetle, one of its favourite preys

Philippine Tarsier, adult, about to eat a Giant Malaysian Click Beetle, one of its favourite preys
ANZ-1220 Philippine Tarsier, adult, about to eat a Giant Malaysian Click Beetle, one of its favourite preys Philippines Tarsius syrichta in dense secondary tropical rainforest near PTFI

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Horned Dung Beetle - Extremadura, Spain

Horned Dung Beetle - Extremadura, Spain
USH-2877 Horned Dung Beetle Extremadura, Spain Copris lunaris Duncan Usher Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageRelated Images Collection: 7-Spot Ladybird - On flower

7-Spot Ladybird - On flower
LA-1252 7-Spot LADYBIRD - on flower Coccinella septempunctata Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageRelated Images Collection: Darkling beetle on ground, where it feeds on plant litter. Sampling empty insect pupal case

Darkling beetle on ground, where it feeds on plant litter. Sampling empty insect pupal case
ASW-4545 Darkling beetle on ground, where it feeds on plant litter. Grahamstown, Eastern Cape, South Africa. Anomalipus sculpturatus Sampling empty insect pupal case. Alan J. S



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