Wissenschaft meets Kunst: Der Makrokosmos des Igor Siwanowicz - Astropage.eu / Wissenschaftsnachrichten

Brahmin Moth Caterpillar (Sino-Korean Owl Moth) - Brahmaea certhia - Found in the Korean Peninsula, southeast Russia and China, this species of moth is of the family Brahmaeidae - Image : © Igor Siwanowicz

Wunderschön

Pale Green Awlet (Burara gomata Coeliadinae, Hesperiidae) Coeliadinae is a subfamily of the skipper butterfly family (Hesperiidae) and includes the awls & awlets. by John Horstman {Pu'er, Yunnan, China}

Raupe

thebuggeek: “insectlove: “ malformalady: Stinging Flannel Moth (Megalopyge lanata), photographed in Costa Rica. Photo credit: Andreas Kay ” It looks like it’s made from the lime/cream-cheese jello.

October 14 2016 at 10:27PM from worldintheirart

Acilius diving beetle male front tarsus (foot) Miroscopic image by photographer Igor Siwanowicz reveals the extraordinary complexity of this aquatic insect’s tiny appendage.

Previous pinner: Peacock’s beautiful colors. Me: The color-tweakers are at it again. AND the people who have never seen a regular blue peacock or green peafowl and/or never paid attention and/or will believe any fool thing they see online.

Die Farbenpracht der Pfauenspinne

Peacock Spider It was first thought the flaps, pictured, helped the spiders glide. They were initially nicknamed gliding spiders, but research ruled this out

Not much is known about so-called Jewel Caterpillars of the genus Dalceridae but one thing’s certain: this group of 84 moth species includes.

Spinner Raupe

What you see here is the amazing caterpillar of saturniidae moth. The family Saturniidae includes the largest species of moths which generally feature heav

Die Farbenpracht der Pfauenspinne

The best Australian wildlife and landcape images of 2012 Male peacock spider (Maratus splendens) displaying.Sydney, New South Wales.

"diabolic-a" - Idolomantis diabolica / Teufelsblume (I. Siwanowicz)

Aliens on Earth: macro pictures of praying mantises and bugs by Igor Siwanowicz. Igor cites his main influence as the works of the designer of the monster from the Alien films, HR Giger. A giant devil's flower mantis

You look at a mantis shrinp - so colorful that I needed to pin him

The Peacock Mantis Shrimp. Looks sure are deceiving here because this guy is what's known as a smasher, with club shaped raptorial appendages that it uses to repeatedly smash its prey until it can gain access to the soft tissue for consumption.

This caterpillar with a beautiful silver mane is most likely a Great Tiger Moth caterpillar.

grüne Raupe, Zweig

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