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Insecta Collection

"Insecta: A Kaleidoscope of Nature's Wonders" Ornithoptera alexandrae, commonly known as Queen Alexandra's birdwing butterfly

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Insecta Collection: Acorn weevil (Curculio glandium) Portrait on an Oak bud, Hertfordshire, England, UK
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Insecta Collection: Honey bees on a honeycomb
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Insecta Collection: Ornithoptera alexandrae, Queen Alexandras birdwing butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) on a plant, sunbathing
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Insecta Collection: Entomology Specimens
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Insecta Collection: Chrysina limbata, silver chafer beetle
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Insecta Collection: Xanthopan morganii praedicta, sphinx moth
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Insecta Collection: Leaf cutter ants (Atta sp) carrying colourful plant matter, reflected in water, Laguna del Lagarto
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Insecta Collection: Red Admiral -Vanessa atalanta- in search of nectar on Common Boneset
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Insecta Collection: Fruit fly, SEM Z340 / 0768
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Insecta Collection: Inachis io, peacock butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Morpho cypris, blue morpho butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Phoebis sennae, cloudless sulphur butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Plate 17 from Libellulinae Europaeae by de Charpentier
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Insecta Collection: Hummingbird hawk-moth
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Insecta Collection: Common blue butterflies (Polyommatus icarus) basking in the morning light, Vealand Farm, Devon, UK
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Insecta Collection: Leaf cutter ants (Atta sp) carrying plant matter, Costa Rica
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Insecta Collection: Sea green swallowtail butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Ophrys apifera, bee orchid
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Insecta Collection: Ocypus olens, devils coach horse beetle model
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Insecta Collection: Mosquito in Dominican amber
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Insecta Collection: Cladognathus sp. stag beetle
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Insecta Collection: H. W. Bates illustrated notebooks
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Insecta Collection: Cimex lectularius, bed bug
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Insecta Collection: Longhorn beetle
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Insecta Collection: Schistocerca gregaria, desert locust
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Insecta Collection: Pharmacophagus antenor, giant swallowtail
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Insecta Collection: Head louse, SEM
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Insecta Collection: Ant, SEM
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Insecta Collection: Swallowtail butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Bees and beehive, 17th century artwork
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Insecta Collection: Culex mosquito, SEM
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Insecta Collection: Fruit fly brain, illustration C018 / 0791
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Insecta Collection: Entomological specimens of Lepidoptera
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Insecta Collection: Sabatia bartramii, savannah pink & Eacles imperialis, imperi
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Insecta Collection: Butterflies from the Amazon by H. W. Bates
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Insecta Collection: Leaf-cutter ants carrying pieces of leaf
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Insecta Collection: Honey Bee, Apis mellifera, bees on wild honey cone, Welder Wildlife Refuge, Sinton
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Insecta Collection: Beetles
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Insecta Collection: Beetle illustrations
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Insecta Collection: Coloured sketches of insects
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Insecta Collection: Dragonflies and damselflies
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Insecta Collection: Gromphadorhina portentosa, hissing cockroach
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Insecta Collection: Entomological specimens of Lepidoptera
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Insecta Collection: Simulium damnosum, Simulian blackfly
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Insecta Collection: Flea illustration
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Insecta Collection: Papilio montrouzieri butterfly
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Insecta Collection: Honey bee, SEM


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"Insecta: A Kaleidoscope of Nature's Wonders" Ornithoptera alexandrae, commonly known as Queen Alexandra's birdwing butterfly, showcases its majestic beauty with vibrant hues and intricate patterns. Honey bees diligently work on a honeycomb, their teamwork and precision creating the sweet nectar we all enjoy. Entomology specimens offer a glimpse into the incredible diversity of insects, each specimen telling a unique story of adaptation and survival. The Red Admiral (Vanessa atalanta) takes a moment to sunbathe on a plant, its wings spread wide to soak up the warm rays of sunlight. Common blue butterflies (Polyommatus icarus) gracefully bask in the morning light at Vealand Farm in Devon, UK, painting the landscape with delicate shades of blue. The Chrysina limbata silver chafer beetle shines like molten metal under sunlight, reminding us that even tiny creatures can possess extraordinary allure. Inachis io or peacock butterfly captivates with its iridescent wings resembling an artist's masterpiece as it flutters through meadows and gardens. The Red Admiral - Vanessa atalanta - embarks on a quest for nectar amidst blooming Common Boneset in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; nature's harmonious dance between insect and flower unfolds before our eyes. Sea green swallowtail butterfly glides effortlessly through coastal landscapes, enchanting observers with its ethereal beauty against azure skies and emerald waves. Under microscopic scrutiny lies the intricate world of fruit flies (SEM Z340 / 0768), revealing their astonishing complexity despite their diminutive size – yet another reminder that appearances can be deceiving. Phoebis sennae or cloudless sulphur butterfly brings sunshine wherever it goes; its golden wings brightening up gardens and meadows with their radiant glow.