Bugs on the Brain?
arachnophiliacs:

arachnophiliacs:

Deumore and myself.June 2011. 
"Deumore" > "Deux" "Amor"Referring to a tarantula’s double heartbeat.

Excited to have little blue babies again.

arachnophiliacs:

arachnophiliacs:

Deumore and myself.
June 2011. 

"Deumore" > "Deux" "Amor"
Referring to a tarantula’s double heartbeat.

Excited to have little blue babies again.

arachnophiliacs:

Voracia.May 2014.Per request.

arachnophiliacs:

Voracia.
May 2014.

Per request.

arikahc:

lurking in the dark by ~arikahc

ftcreature:

rhydoninator:

verticalvest:

this poor little thing is trying desperately to reach its antennae to clean them but its legs are so short 

omfg weevil you can do it I believe in you

#weevilproblems

fyeahmantodea:

cunningvelociraaptor:

On the internet, no one knows you’re a bug.

This is not, definitely not, a representative picture of the insect, er, person who runs this blog. Definitely. 

fyeahmantodea:

cunningvelociraaptor:

On the internet, no one knows you’re a bug.

This is not, definitely not, a representative picture of the insect, er, person who runs this blog. Definitely. 

thebloodoftheanimal:

Photograph by Junaed Rahman.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/81023428@N07/

fuckyeaharthropods:

A jumping spider being a sneaky hunter.

thepredatorblog:

connorberkshire:

mucholderthen:

from science alert via scienceyoucanlove 

No, these aren’t ants attacking an insect, this is an assassin bug (Acanthaspis sp.) decorating itself with the CORPSES of its prey - after it’s liquefied and sucked out their innards. Assassin bugs do this for disguise, to confuse their prey and also to form a protective “meat shield” that masks their scent. Read more and see other amazing insect eating photos: http://wrd.cm/1knMiDI via WIRED.Photo: Nicky Bay, see more of his work:http://bit.ly/1gdh6Bi


so fucking metal

how do i train one of these????

thepredatorblog:

connorberkshire:

mucholderthen:

from science alert via scienceyoucanlove 

No, these aren’t ants attacking an insect, this is an assassin bug (Acanthaspis sp.) decorating itself with the CORPSES of its prey - after it’s liquefied and sucked out their innards. Assassin bugs do this for disguise, to confuse their prey and also to form a protective “meat shield” that masks their scent. 

Read more and see other amazing insect eating photos: http://wrd.cm/1knMiDI via WIRED.

Photo: Nicky Bay, see more of his work:http://bit.ly/1gdh6Bi

so fucking metal

how do i train one of these????

omgplants:

zay4ik:

Beetles

They look so awesome!

omgplants:

zay4ik:

Beetles

They look so awesome!

shannonlee91:

These cuties entertained us during breakfast this morning #baby #prayingmantis #supercute #outonthepatio #insectlove (at 三娘湾风景区)

shannonlee91:

These cuties entertained us during breakfast this morning #baby #prayingmantis #supercute #outonthepatio #insectlove (at 三娘湾风景区)