INSECT IDENTIFICATION


      There is a series of four photographs for insect identification, This first one is a photograph of a calligrapher beetle on wood.       The second photograph is a yellow swallowtail butterfly.       The third is a photograph of a robber fly resting on a twig.       The final photograph is of a grasshopper being held in the air with some clouds and sky as background.


Blattodea
Coleoptera
Collembola
Dermaptera
Diplura     
Diptera     
Embioptera
Ephemeroptera
Hemiptera
Homoptera
Hymenoptera
Isoptera
Lepidoptera
Mantodea
Mecoptera
Megaloptera
Microcoryphia

Blue Death Feigning Beetle
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