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Entomology Gallery

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Choose from 987 pictures in our Entomology collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Insects of Surinam
Insects of Surinam
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Case of British Butterflies Lepidoptera
Case of British Butterflies Lepidoptera
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Entomology Specimens
Entomology Specimens
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Crowned hairstreak butterfly
Crowned hairstreak butterfly
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Bee anatomy, historical artwork
Bee anatomy, historical artwork
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Sea green swallowtail butterfly
Sea green swallowtail butterfly
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Silkworm, SEM
Silkworm, SEM
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Culex mosquito, SEM
Culex mosquito, SEM
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Fruit fly, SEM
Fruit fly, SEM
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Painted lady butterfly
Painted lady butterfly
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Bees and beehive, 17th century artwork
Bees and beehive, 17th century artwork
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Ant, SEM
Ant, SEM
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Silkworm, SEM Featured Image

Silkworm, SEM

Silkworm. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a silkworm moth caterpillar (Bombyx mori). The silkworm uses its chewing mouthparts (upper centre) to feed on mulberry leaves. On either side of the mouthparts is an antenna and several simple eyes (ocelli, black round structures, upper left and right). The caterpillar has three pairs of jointed legs behind the head (lower centre). Most caterpillars also have prolegs further along the body (not seen). The silkworm produces threads of silk with which it constructs a cocoon. People farm silkworms for their silk, which is woven into cloth. Magnification: x25 when printed 10cm wide

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Illustrated notebook of H.W. Bates
Illustrated notebook of H.W. Bates
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Red-barbed ant, SEM
Red-barbed ant, SEM
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Spanish festoon butterfly
Spanish festoon butterfly
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Illustration of a Flea
Illustration of a Flea
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Papilio montrouzieri butterfly
Papilio montrouzieri butterfly
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Caterpillar silk
Caterpillar silk
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Moth proboscis, SEM
Moth proboscis, SEM
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Stick insect
Stick insect
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Bee anatomy, artwork
Bee anatomy, artwork
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Honey bee, SEM
Honey bee, SEM
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Honeybee leg, SEM
Honeybee leg, SEM
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Bees in a circle
Bees in a circle
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Bee anatomy, artwork Featured Image

Bee anatomy, artwork

Bee anatomy. Computer artwork showing the internal anatomy of a honeybee (Apis mellifera). Nerve fibres are blue. The wings are attached to the thorax. In the thorax are the wing muscles (pink) and oesophagus (orange). An air sac is at top left of the thorax. At the start of the abdomen is the crop (orange), an expanded area of the gut used to store nectar. The stomach and intestines are beige. At the base of the abdomen is the sting (red) and its poison sac (green). The aorta (main blood vessel, red) runs along the top of the abdomen. The pollen basket on the hind leg is yellow. At top right is honeycomb, with some chambers containing pupa and some honey

© JOSE ANTONIO PE'AS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Head of a honey bee, SEM
Head of a honey bee, SEM
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Macleay's swallowtail, Graphium macleayanus
Macleay's swallowtail, Graphium macleayanus
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Curtis British Entomology Plate 304
Curtis British Entomology Plate 304
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Large Blue Butterflies
Large Blue Butterflies
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Peacock Butterflies
Peacock Butterflies
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Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
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Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa, mole cricket
Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa, mole cricket
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Clouded Yellow Butterflies
Clouded Yellow Butterflies
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Hummingbird hawk-moth
Hummingbird hawk-moth
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Anopheles mosquito
Anopheles mosquito
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Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)
Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1877-1923)
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Swallowtail Butterflies
Swallowtail Butterflies
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Anopheles mosquito Featured Image

Anopheles mosquito

Anopheles mosquito. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an Anopheles stephensi mosquito, the vector for the malaria parasite in Asia. The mosquito flies in search of a human or other animal from which it can suck blood. It lands gently on long, slender legs. The insect's head comprises two compound eyes (pink), two antennae (blue) and complex mouthparts. The proboscis (centre), contains the piercing and sucking instruments necessary to obtain a blood meal. In 2002, scientists created genetically- modified A. stephensi mosquitoes, in which the malaria parasite was unable to multiply, raising hopes that transmission of malaria can be stopped

© VOLKER STEGER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Large Copper Butterflies
Large Copper Butterflies
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Cabbage White Butterflies
Cabbage White Butterflies
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Compound eye of a fly, SEM
Compound eye of a fly, SEM
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Astacus astacus Linnaeus, crayfish
Astacus astacus Linnaeus, crayfish
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Asian giant hornet head
Asian giant hornet head
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Housefly foot, SEM
Housefly foot, SEM
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Pompilid spider wasp
Pompilid spider wasp
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A Selection of Museum Specimens
A Selection of Museum Specimens
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Tropical ants, SEM
Tropical ants, SEM
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Fruit fly, SEM
Fruit fly, SEM
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Macrophotograph of Agrias claudina wing
Macrophotograph of Agrias claudina wing
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Southern festoon butterfly
Southern festoon butterfly
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