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Insects Collection: Small Insects Larger Than Life Size

Small Insects Larger Than Life Size Collection
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Background imageInsects Collection: Preying mantis

Preying mantis macro

Background imageInsects Collection: Ladybug on leaf

Ladybug on leaf
Ladybeetle on leaf with flood filter applied

Background imageInsects Collection: Dragonfly eye macro

Dragonfly eye macro
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Background imageInsects Collection: The Sydney Funnel Web Spider

The Sydney Funnel Web Spider
With highly toxic venom produced in large amounts and large fangs to inject this (Atrax robustus) spider is without a doubt the deadliest spider in Australia, and possibly the world

Background imageInsects Collection: Grasshoper macro

Grasshoper macro
Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Orb Spider

Orb Spider
Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: preying mantis

preying mantis macro

Background imageInsects Collection: Hornet

Hornet
Close up Hornet

Background imageInsects Collection: Hornet

Hornet
Close up Hornet

Background imageInsects Collection: Hornet

Hornet
Close up Hornet

Background imageInsects Collection: Close-up of praying mantis

Close-up of praying mantis
Close-up of a brown praying mantis casting a shadow against a silver background

Background imageInsects Collection: Australian Redback Spider

Australian Redback Spider
Close-up of the underside of an Australian redback spider (Latrodectus hasseltii) living in a compost bin

Background imageInsects Collection: Red and Black Nicodamidae spider

Red and Black Nicodamidae spider
close up photo of a West Australian spider taken on top of Bluff Knoll in the Stirling Range, WA

Background imageInsects Collection: Maratus pavonis Peacock Spider

Maratus pavonis Peacock Spider
Macro photograph of male jumping spider Maratus pavonis in his breeding colours

Background imageInsects Collection: Meadow Argus Butterfly

Meadow Argus Butterfly
Meadow Argus (junonia villid) is found throughout Australia and lives in urban areas, forests and woodlands. 4 cm - 5 cm in size

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Insects

Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

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Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

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Insects
Australian Views ANIMALS: Insects

Background imageInsects Collection: Wasp

Wasp
Close up of wasp on leaf

Background imageInsects Collection: Fly with stripy eyes

Fly with stripy eyes
Macro of fly with stripy eyes

Background imageInsects Collection: Red Baron Drafonfly

Red Baron Drafonfly
Libellulidae, Red Baron Dragonfly, Urothemis aliena, macro, Suburban garden

Background imageInsects Collection: Grass hopper

Grass hopper
Young grass hopper in the back yard.:-)

Background imageInsects Collection: Colourful Cicada

Colourful Cicada
My husband went to check the mailbox today and spotted this Cicada on a Kangaroo plant growing in the garden. Hopefully after the rain, the insects are coming back into the gardens

Background imageInsects Collection: Grasshopper on Leaf

Grasshopper on Leaf

Background imageInsects Collection: Honey bee in pastel flowers

Honey bee in pastel flowers
Honey bee with pollen baskets attached to its legs gathering pollen from the stamen of a pink daisy

Background imageInsects Collection: Australian Blue Banded Bees roosting on a twig

Australian Blue Banded Bees roosting on a twig
Australian Native Blue Banded bees (Amegilla cingulata) roosting on a twig for the night

Background imageInsects Collection: Great common Eggfly

Great common Eggfly
Southeast Asian Great common Eggfly (Hypolimnas bolina)

Background imageInsects Collection: Flutterer Dragonfly Wings

Flutterer Dragonfly Wings
Banded Flutterer Dragonfly resting on stem with wings fully open

Background imageInsects Collection: Ahhhh, Asters

Ahhhh, Asters
A flowering aster with a bee on it

Background imageInsects Collection: Wildlife

Wildlife- a Blue Zebra Butterfly on a weed

Background imageInsects Collection: Ladybug on a daisy

Ladybug on a daisy

Background imageInsects Collection: Common Lime Butterfly or Citrus Swallowtail -Papilio demoleus-, tropical butterfly, Australia

Common Lime Butterfly or Citrus Swallowtail -Papilio demoleus-, tropical butterfly, Australia

Background imageInsects Collection: Treading softly on earth

Treading softly on earth
Bee gathering pollen on buddlia daviddii in soft morning light

Background imageInsects Collection: Ladybug on an aster flower

Ladybug on an aster flower

Background imageInsects Collection: Damselfly macro

Damselfly macro
Close up of a damselfly

Background imageInsects Collection: butterfly

butterfly
gorgeous lady butterfly posed for me while we were browsing at Currumbin Sanctuary in Gold Coast

Background imageInsects Collection: Splendid Ochre Moth

Splendid Ochre Moth
I believe this is a Splendid Ochre (Trapezies symmomus)I found it lurking in the undergrowth in the wild on the south coast of New South Wales, Near Helensburg

Background imageInsects Collection: Bug eye view

Bug eye view

Background imageInsects Collection: Fly close-up

Fly close-up
Macro close-up of a fly and its eyes


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