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Advertisement for Petermans Cockroach and Beetle Food Featured Related Images Print

Advertisement for Petermans Cockroach and Beetle Food

Advertisement for Peterman's Cockroach and Beetle Food - certified by Drs. Hassall and Clayton, Analytical Chemists, not a POISON to Children or Pet Animals, but DEATH to cockroaches and beetles. The Cockroaches and Beetles are shown in both ALIVE and DEAD state!!! Date: circa 1890s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

1890s, 19th, Ad, Advert, Advertisement, Advertising, Beetle, Beetles, Century, Cockroach, Cockroaches, Control, Controlling, Food, Household, Infestation, Insect, Late, Pest, Pests, Petermans, Poison, Sep18, Victorian

Deatha€™s head cockroach (Blaberus craniifer) Featured Related Images Print

Deatha€™s head cockroach (Blaberus craniifer)

Death's head cockroach (Blaberus craniifer) between 4 and 6 cm long and up to 3 cm wide. the name comes form the skull-like marking on the pronotum. It can eat half its own weight at once meal. Native to USA, Central America, Caribbean

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A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period Featured Related Images Print

A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period

A close-up of a three foot long Ichthyostega from the Late Devonian Period 365 million years ago in what is today the Canadian Arctic. Flanking the Ichthyostega are Rhacophyton ceratangium, ancient shrubs that are thought to be one of the earliest ferns. The reddish fruit-like nodules attached to the fronds on the right are sporangia, enclosures in which spores are formed. The large tree-like trunk on the far right is the base of a young Archaeopteris.
In the foreground are prehistoric arthropods, a millipede on the left and on the right cockroaches on trunk of a decaying Lycopsid. Arthropods had been walking the Earth for 40 million years before vertebrates like Ichthyostega began venturing ashore.
Ichthyostega was one of the earliest tetrapods, a descendent of lobe-finned fishes and ancestor of amphibians. Ichthyostega had lungs and seven-toed limbs that allowed it to move about the shallow waters and shores of swamps and floodplains. It was among the first terrestrial vertebrates

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