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

     
  2. 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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  4. uncertaintimes:

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

    metmuseum.org

    (via reblololo)

     
  5. devilduck:

    IMAGO

    [noun]

    1. The last stage an insect attains during its metamorphosis; the adult form of an insect.

    2. Psychology: an often idealized image of a person, usually a parent, formed in childhood and persisting unconsciously into adulthood.

    Etymology: from New Latin, Latin imāgō (image).

    [Jim des Rivieres]

    (Fonte: victoriousvocabulary, via reblololo)

     
  6. sinobug:

    "TRUE" BUGS of China

    Members of the Hemipteran suborder Heteroptera are known as "true bugs". They have very distinctive front wings, called hemelytra, in which the basal half is leathery and the apical half is membranous. At rest, these wings cross over one another to lie flat along the insect’s back. These insects also have elongate, piercing-sucking mouthparts in which the mandibles and maxillae are long and thread-like, interlocking with one another to form a flexible feeding tube (proboscis) containing both a food channel and a salivary channel.

    The immature stages of the heteropteran true bugs (nymphs) structurally resemble the adult form but are always lacking wings.

    True bugs are generally well-known and include the stink bugs, assassin bugs, shield bugs, squash bugs and the aquatic water boatmen.

    Sweet Potato Bug (Physomerus sp. (grossipes?), Coreidae)

    Lychee Stink Bug (Tessaratoma papillosa, Tessaratomidae)

    Late instar Yellow Marmorated Stink Bug (Erthesina fullo, Pentatomidae)

    Assassin Bug (Reduviidae)

    Tessaratomid Shield Bug Nymph (Tessaratomidae)

    Click images to see identification (linked to their respective Flickr pages).

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

    See more Chinese true bugs and hoppers on my Flickr site HERE…..

     
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  8. llbwwb:

    Moon Shine on Half Dome (by mojo2u)

     
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  10. (Fonte: f-u-g-i-t-i-v-o, via 69012)