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Bagworm Collection

Bagworms are small, moth-like insects that feed on plants and trees

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Background imageBagworm Collection: HMS Beagle Ship laid up Darwins Voyage

HMS Beagle Ship laid up Darwins Voyage
" Beagle laid ashore, River Santa Cruz". Copperplate engraving, art by Conrad Martens, engraved by T. Landseer. Published by H. Colburn 1838

Background imageBagworm Collection: Acherontia atropos, death s-head hawk-moth

Acherontia atropos, death s-head hawk-moth
A mounted specimen of the death s-head hawk-moth, which takes its name from the skull-like image on its thorax. Specimen from the Natural History Museum, London

Background imageBagworm Collection: Xanthopan morganii praedicta, sphinx moth

Xanthopan morganii praedicta, sphinx moth
Darwins sphinx moth, found in Madagascar. The species as a whole is known as Morgans sphinx

Background imageBagworm Collection: Life Cycle of Silk Worm

Life Cycle of Silk Worm
The life cycle of a silk worm & silk culture

Background imageBagworm Collection: Charles Darwin

Charles Darwin
CHARLES DARWIN satire : Man is but a worm

Background imageBagworm Collection: MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546). German religious reformer. Luther defends himself before Holy Roman

MARTIN LUTHER (1483-1546). German religious reformer. Luther defends himself before Holy Roman Emperor Charles V at the Diet in Worms, 17-18 April 1521. Line engraving, 19th century

Background imageBagworm Collection: Gastrointestinal nematodes

Gastrointestinal nematodes
Illustration of a gastrointestinal nematodes

Background imageBagworm Collection: Slow Worm Legless Lizard, UK

Slow Worm Legless Lizard, UK
CAN-61 Slow Worm Legless Lizard, UK Anguis fragilis John Cancalosi Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageBagworm Collection: Mole - eating worm undergound

Mole - eating worm undergound
JD-13175 European / Common MOLE - eats worm in hole underground Talpa europaea John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBagworm Collection: LAMBTON WORM

LAMBTON WORM
The Lambton heir kills the loathsome worm, but is cursed because he fails to kill the first living thing he then meets - his own father

Background imageBagworm Collection: Dog tapeworm head, SEM

Dog tapeworm head, SEM
Dog tapeworm head. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head (scolex) of a dog tapeworm (Taenia pisiformis)

Background imageBagworm Collection: Time warp, conceptual image

Time warp, conceptual image. Composite artwork of a clock being sucked into a wormhole

Background imageBagworm Collection: Axolotl, artwork

Axolotl, artwork
Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum), artwork. This aquatic freshwater amphibian is a neotonic (larva-like) salamander. The larval form fails to undergo metamorphosis

Background imageBagworm Collection: Hellebore flowers

Hellebore flowers (Helleborus sp.). This plant is poisonous, but preparations made from it have been used in herbal medicine for centuries

Background imageBagworm Collection: Lavandin - Lavender - with single Sunflower. Lavender properties: anti-infective, spasmolytic

Lavandin - Lavender - with single Sunflower. Lavender properties: anti-infective, spasmolytic, analgesic
WAT-13965 Lavandin - Lavender - with single Sunflower. Sault, Vaucluse, France. Lavandula latifolia X lavandula Lavender properties: anti-infective, spasmolytic, analgesic, local anesthetic

Background imageBagworm Collection: Worms Head, Rhossili, Gower Peninsula. Limestone island, linked to mainland by causeway at low tide

Worms Head, Rhossili, Gower Peninsula. Limestone island, linked to mainland by causeway at low tide
ROG-11495 Worms Head, Rhossili, Gower Peninsula. Limestone island, linked to mainland by causeway at low tide West Glamorgan

Background imageBagworm Collection: C. elegans worms, light micrograph

C. elegans worms, light micrograph
C. elegans worms. Confocal laser scanning micrograph of Caenorhabditis elegans worms. Neurons (nerve cells) are green and the digestive tract is red. C

Background imageBagworm Collection: Nematode worm

Nematode worm
This nematode worm specimen has an unsegmented, cylindrical body and is also known as a roundworm

Background imageBagworm Collection: C. elegans worms, light micrograph

C. elegans worms, light micrograph
C. elegans worms. Differential interference contrast micrograph of an adult Caenorhabditis elegans worm (centre) surrounded by C. elegans larvae hatching from eggs

Background imageBagworm Collection: Martin Luther, German theologian

Martin Luther, German theologian
Martin Luther (1483-1546), German theologian and founder of the Protestant Reformation. Luther was born at Eisleben. Initially trained in law

Background imageBagworm Collection: Hellebore flowers

Hellebore flowers (Helleborus sp.). This plant is poisonous, but preparations made from it have been used in herbal medicine for centuries

Background imageBagworm Collection: Song Thrush - with worms in mouth

Song Thrush - with worms in mouth
DAC-57 Song Thrush - with worms in mouth UK Turdus philomelos David Chapman Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageBagworm Collection: Sunset over Rhossili Bay & Worms Head, Gower Peninsula, West Glamorgan, Wales

Sunset over Rhossili Bay & Worms Head, Gower Peninsula, West Glamorgan, Wales

Background imageBagworm Collection: Patterns made in sand by Mint-sauce worms (Symsagittifera roscoffensis / Convoluta

Patterns made in sand by Mint-sauce worms (Symsagittifera roscoffensis / Convoluta roscoffensis) sunbathing at low tide to allow the symbiotic algae to photosynthesise

Background imageBagworm Collection: Picture No. 11675190

Picture No. 11675190
Christmas Tree Worms. Date

Background imageBagworm Collection: Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa, mole cricket

Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa, mole cricket
Detail from plate 456 of an illustration of a mole cricket from British Entomology: Original Drawings Vol 10, by John Curtis, 1862

Background imageBagworm Collection: Philadelphia colonist reading in the old library, 1700s

Philadelphia colonist reading in the old library, 1700s
Colonial book-worm in the old Philadelphia library, 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageBagworm Collection: Mopane Emperor Moth - Caterpillars / “worms” gathered for food in Zimbabwe

Mopane Emperor Moth - Caterpillars / “worms” gathered for food in Zimbabwe
PS-5969 Mopane Emperor MOTH - Caterpillars / worms gathered for food in Zimbabwe. Africa Gonimbrasia belina Peter Steyn Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageBagworm Collection: Compost / wormery - worms visible amongst variety of kitchen waste including vegetable

Compost / wormery - worms visible amongst variety of kitchen waste including vegetable and fruit peelings
MAB-391 Compost / wormery - worms visible amongst variety of kitchen waste including vegetable and fruit peelings and cardboard in top of black plastic recycled composting bin UK Mark Boulton Please

Background imageBagworm Collection: Earthworms - Soil cross-section showing worms in tunnnels and aeration and grass roots JPF12192

Earthworms - Soil cross-section showing worms in tunnnels and aeration and grass roots JPF12192
JPF-6743 Earthworms - Soil cross-section showing worms in tunnnels and aeration and grass roots Jean Paul Ferrero Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only

Background imageBagworm Collection: Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours

Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours
VT-8376 Coral polyp. - Night. Feeding on polychat worm, Coral polyps are carnivours. They feed on other animals Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef

Background imageBagworm Collection: Barred Tiger Salamander Eating earthworm, Colorado, USA

Barred Tiger Salamander Eating earthworm, Colorado, USA
CLA-292 Barred Tiger SALAMANDER - eating earthworm Colorado, USA Ambystoma t. mavortium Mary Clay Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageBagworm Collection: Patience in a Punt, 1811. 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Patience in a Punt, 1811. 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Patience in a Punt, 1811

Background imageBagworm Collection: Kelmscott Press: Page from The Tale of Beowulf Printed in the Troy Type, c. 1895, (1914)

Kelmscott Press: Page from The Tale of Beowulf Printed in the Troy Type, c. 1895, (1914). Artist: William Morris
Kelmscott Press: Page from The Tale of Beowulf Printed in the Troy Type, c.1895, (1914). Page from The Tale of Beowulf Done Out of the Old English Tongue. Trans. By William Morris and A. J. Wyatt

Background imageBagworm Collection: Martin Luther, Protestant church reformer, (1903)

Martin Luther, Protestant church reformer, (1903). After a picture in the Tower Church at Weimar. Luther (1483-1546) was a major inspiration behind the Reformation

Background imageBagworm Collection: Natterjack Toad (Bufo calamita) perched on fallen leaves, next to chestnuts

Natterjack Toad (Bufo calamita) perched on fallen leaves, next to chestnuts, rainworm and trio of mushrooms

Background imageBagworm Collection: Robins nesting on a bell-shaped Christmas card

Robins nesting on a bell-shaped Christmas card
Robins nesting in the snow on a bell-shaped Christmas card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageBagworm Collection: Liver fluke egg, macro photograph

Liver fluke egg, macro photograph
Liver fluke egg. Macro photograph of a liver fluke (Fasciola hepatica) egg, showing the embryo inside. Adult liver flukes are parasitic tremotode flatworms that live in the bile duct of various

Background imageBagworm Collection: The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas)

The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas)
FFA151968 The Laidly Worm of Spindleston Heugh, 1881 (oil on canvas) by Crane, Walter (1845-1915); 74.5x169.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Princess Margaret was the Laidly Worm; )

Background imageBagworm Collection: Worms Head - Rhossili - Gower - Wales - UK

Worms Head - Rhossili - Gower - Wales - UK
DAC-1325 Worms Head Rhossili - Gower - Wales - UK David Chapman Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageBagworm Collection: Ragworm mouth, SEM

Ragworm mouth, SEM
Ragworm mouth. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the mouth of a ragworm (Nereis sp.). Four teeth (cream) are seen around the opening. These worms are used commercially as fishing bait

Background imageBagworm Collection: Nematode worm, SEM

Nematode worm, SEM
Nematode worm, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Nematode worms are small worms that are unsegmented. Depending on the species, a nematode worm may be parasitic or free-living

Background imageBagworm Collection: Striped eel catfish

Striped eel catfish (Plotosus lineatus). School of juvenile striped eel catfish. These catfish have highly venomous spines and can reach up to 32 centimetres in length

Background imageBagworm Collection: Liver flukes, macro photograph

Liver flukes, macro photograph
Liver flukes. Macro photograph of adult liver flukes (Fasciola hepatica), showing the gut (diverticulum) engorged with blood

Background imageBagworm Collection: Marine worms, artwork

Marine worms, artwork
Marine worms. Historical artwork of a variety of marine polychaetes, also known as bristleworms. Illustration from The Sea (1869) by Matthias Jakob Schleiden

Background imageBagworm Collection: Praziquantel parasite drug

Praziquantel parasite drug. Computer model of a molecule of the drug praziquantel. Atoms are represented as spheres and are colour-coded; carbon (pink), hydrogen (white)

Background imageBagworm Collection: Chinese Cats / Silkworms

Chinese Cats / Silkworms
These magical spirit-cats perform the vital function of keeping away the rats which would otherwise devour the silkworms : the flowers also keep the worms healthy

Background imageBagworm Collection: British Earthworms 20C

British Earthworms 20C
Longworm Earthworm Blueworm Gilt-Tail Brandling Greenworm



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Bagworm Collection

Bagworms are small, moth-like insects that feed on plants and trees. They have a unique life cycle, beginning as eggs laid in a protective bag made of silk and bits of plant material. The larvae hatch from the eggs and feed on the plant material until they reach adulthood. Adult they are about 1 inch long with brownish-gray bodies covered in tiny hairs. They have wings but do not fly; instead, they crawl around to find food sources or mates and can be destructive to plants if left unchecked, as they can defoliate entire trees or shrubs in a short period of time. To control them, gardeners should remove any bags from their plants and dispose of them away from other vegetation. Chemical insecticides may also be used for more serious infestations.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Bagworm collection from Media Storehouse features a variety of stunning images of these fascinating insects. Our collection includes wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the intricate details and beauty of the Bagworm. These creatures are known for their unique ability to create protective cases made out of silk and plant material which they carry around with them as they move about. The photographs in our collection capture the different stages of development of these cases as well as close-up shots that reveal the delicate patterns on their wings. Whether you're a nature enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful artwork, there's something for everyone in our collection. With high-quality printing techniques used throughout all products available within this range, you can be sure to enjoy your chosen piece for years to come.
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What are Bagworm (Butterflies Insects Animals) art prints?

Bagworm art prints are high-quality reproductions of artwork featuring the unique and fascinating Bagworm insect. These prints showcase the intricate details and vibrant colors of these creatures, making them a beautiful addition to any home or office decor. The Bagworm is a type of moth that creates a protective cocoon made from silk and bits of vegetation. The cocoon resembles a small bag, hence the name "Bagworm." These insects can be found in various habitats around the world, including forests, fields, and gardens. Artists have been inspired by the beauty and complexity of these insects for centuries. Bagworm art prints feature stunning depictions of these creatures in various poses and settings. They are available in a range of sizes to suit any space. Whether you're an insect enthusiast or simply appreciate beautiful artwork, Bagworm art prints are sure to impress with their intricate details and striking colors.
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What Bagworm (Butterflies Insects Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Bagworm art prints that are perfect for nature enthusiasts and collectors alike. These beautiful prints showcase the intricate details and vibrant colors of these fascinating insects, making them an ideal addition to any home or office decor. Some of the Bagworm art prints available at Media Storehouse include stunning photographs capturing the unique shapes and patterns of these creatures. You can also find illustrations and paintings depicting different species of Bagworms in their natural habitats. Whether you prefer realistic depictions or more abstract interpretations, there is sure to be a Bagworm art print that suits your taste. With high-quality printing techniques used on premium materials, each print is guaranteed to be a stunning representation of these captivating insects. So why not browse through our collection today and discover the perfect Bagworm art print for your space?
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How do I buy Bagworm (Butterflies Insects Animals) art prints?

To buy Bagworm art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse our collection of high-quality images featuring these beautiful creatures. Once you have found the artwork that you like, simply select the size and format that suits your needs. You can choose from a range of options including framed or unframed prints, canvas prints, and posters. We offer a user-friendly online ordering system that allows you to securely purchase your chosen artwork using a variety of payment methods. They also provide excellent customer service to ensure that your order is processed quickly and efficiently. Whether you are looking for stunning wall art for your home or office, or unique gifts for friends and family who love nature and wildlife, we have an extensive selection of Bagworm art prints to suit all tastes and budgets.
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How much do Bagworm (Butterflies Insects Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Bagworm art prints varies depending on the size, framing options and quality of the print. There are different types of printing techniques that can be used to produce these prints such as giclee, lithography or digital printing. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages which affect the final price of the print. Additionally, some artists may charge more for their work due to their reputation or level of experience in creating Bagworm art prints. It is important to note that prices may also vary based on where you purchase your Bagworm art print from. Some retailers may offer discounts or promotions while others may have higher prices due to overhead costs associated with running a physical store. Ultimately, it is best to do research and compare prices across multiple sources before making a purchase decision on a Bagworm art print.
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How will my Bagworm (Butterflies Insects Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Bagworm art prints from Media Storehouse will be delivered to you in a secure and protective package. We use high-quality packaging materials to ensure that your artwork arrives in pristine condition. Our team takes great care when handling your order, ensuring that it is packaged with the utmost care. We offer several delivery options for our customers, including standard shipping and express delivery services. You can choose the option that best suits your needs during checkout. Once your order has been dispatched, we will provide you with tracking information so you can keep an eye on its progress. If there are any issues or delays with your delivery, our customer service team is always available to assist you. We take pride in providing our customers with exceptional service and quality products. We look forward to delivering your beautiful Bagworm art prints straight to your door.