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  2. smithsonian:

    A selection of beautiful moths from our Museum of Natural History’s National Insect Collection 

    (via darksilenceinsuburbia)

     
  3. amnhnyc:

    This spider was trapped in tree resin about 20 million years ago. Over time, the resin fossilized to amber, preserving the animal inside. Specimens like this are helpful given that spiders don’t fossilize well in sediment. They offer researchers good information about the group’s more recent history. The oldest known amber specimen is from around 130 million years ago. This specimen was collected in the Dominican Republic. 

    Learn more in our exhibition, Spiders Alive! open now. 

     
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  5. earthlynation:

    Jackson’s Chameleon (by BBMaui)

     
  6. Coleoptera, Curculionidae

     
  7. Tentáculo da Lagarta mariposa, gênero Phobetron. (por carlos asanuma)

     
  8. sinobug:

    Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillars


    Cup Moth Larvae, family Limacodidae

    Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillars (Cup Moths, Limacodidae) "Carrot Top"

    Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Mahanta sp., Limacodidae) "Snickers"

    Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Limacodidae) "Red Devil"

    Stinging Nettle Slug Caterpillar (Cup Moth, Limacodidae) "Bullseye"

    LOADS OF LIMACODIDS (Series 2/5)

    View my other images of Limacodid Caterpillars from China (Beijing and Yunnan) in my Flickr photostream, HERE.

    by Sinobug (itchydogimages) on Flickr.
    Pu’er, Yunnan, China

    See more Chinese caterpillars on my Flickr site HERE…..
     
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  10. uncertaintimes:

    Eliot Porter, Cirio Near Las Tres Virgenes Volcano, Baja California, 1966

    metmuseum.org

    (via reblololo)