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Nut-tree tussock moth caterpillars
Nut-tree tussock moth caterpillars
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Six-spot burnet caterpillar
Six-spot burnet caterpillar
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Gills of an Alderfly larva, SEM
Gills of an Alderfly larva, SEM
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Small tortoiseshell caterpillars
Small tortoiseshell caterpillars
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Mealworms on a fork
Mealworms on a fork
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Mealworms
Mealworms
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Castniid moth larvae
Castniid moth larvae
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Mealworm garnish
Mealworm garnish
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Common darter dragonfly metamorphosis
Common darter dragonfly metamorphosis
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Insect microscopy, 19th century
Insect microscopy, 19th century
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Insect nymph fossils
Insect nymph fossils
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Brown tail moth larvae
Brown tail moth larvae
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Common darter dragonfly metamorphosis Featured Image

Common darter dragonfly metamorphosis

Common darter dragonfly (Sympetrum striolatum) undergoing metamorphosis. Image 8 of 9. This is one hundred and sixty-five minutes after the thorax starts to split open, the wings have emerged. Common darters metamorphose during darkness to reduce the risk of predation. The larva climbs the stem of a nearby plant before the fully formed dragonfly emerges. Dragonflies go through an incomplete metamorphosis where each stage of its development has a similar body form to the adult. For a complete sequence of the final stage of the common darter dragonfly metamorphosis, see images Z300/235-243

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Woodworm, SEM
Woodworm, SEM
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Flour beetle larva, SEM
Flour beetle larva, SEM
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Wood boring beetle larva
Wood boring beetle larva
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Dragonfly larva fossil
Dragonfly larva fossil
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Common frog tadpoles
Common frog tadpoles
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Buff-tip moth caterpillars
Buff-tip moth caterpillars
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Currant moth larvae
Currant moth larvae
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Honey bee life cycle
Honey bee life cycle
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Iris sawfly larvae
Iris sawfly larvae
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Caterpillars eating hawthorn leaves
Caterpillars eating hawthorn leaves
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Ant mound, artwork
Ant mound, artwork
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Carpet beetle larva
Carpet beetle larva
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Ant mound, artwork Featured Image

Ant mound, artwork

Ant mound. Artwork of an ant mound, the base from which these colonial eusocial insects forage for food and in which their larvae (young) are raised. The mound is shown as a cutaway artwork, showing the queen (bottom) laying eggs from her swollen abdomen. The eggs are then taken to other chambers and cared for until they hatch into larvae, which then fed until they pupate into the adult forms. The column of ants at left is bringing food and building materials to the mound. At lower left, an insect is being dissected, and an aphid has been caught on the plant at centre

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Oak spangle galls
Oak spangle galls
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Cuckoo spit on a plant
Cuckoo spit on a plant
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Lackey Moth caterpillars
Lackey Moth caterpillars
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European robin feeding on a mealworm
European robin feeding on a mealworm
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Cabbage white butterfly caterpillars
Cabbage white butterfly caterpillars
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Fruit fly larvae, SEM
Fruit fly larvae, SEM
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Caterpillar, SEM
Caterpillar, SEM
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Caterpillars, 17th century artwork
Caterpillars, 17th century artwork
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Paper wasp larvae, SEM
Paper wasp larvae, SEM
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Mottled Umber Moth Caterpillar
Mottled Umber Moth Caterpillar
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Common Swallowtail larvae
Common Swallowtail larvae
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Southern Festoon Caterpillar
Southern Festoon Caterpillar
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Paper wasp larvae, SEM Featured Image

Paper wasp larvae, SEM

Paper wasp (Polistes sp.) larvae, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). Each larva inhabits one hexagonal cell of the wasps nest. After the queen lays her eggs, she guards them as they hatch into larvae. The larvae are fed on digested insects, and fresh or rotting meat. Fully formed larvae close each cell with silk and spin a cocoon. Four to six weeks after the egg is laid the larva pupates into an adult worker, and helps to raise the next generation of wasps. Magnification: x10 when printed 10 centimetres wide

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Six-spot Burnet Moth Caterpillar
Six-spot Burnet Moth Caterpillar
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Emperor Moth larva
Emperor Moth larva
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Cotton boll weevil and cotton plant
Cotton boll weevil and cotton plant
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Gall on the leaf of a beech tree
Gall on the leaf of a beech tree
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Common spangle galls on an oak leaf
Common spangle galls on an oak leaf
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Nettle leaf galls
Nettle leaf galls
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Desert locust and millet plant
Desert locust and millet plant
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Colorado potato beetle on potato plant
Colorado potato beetle on potato plant
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Bedeguar gall on wild rose
Bedeguar gall on wild rose
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Knopper galls
Knopper galls
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Protective cover in a vegetable garden
Protective cover in a vegetable garden
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Leaf miners in a dock leaf
Leaf miners in a dock leaf
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