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Mottled diving beetle (Thermonectus nigrofasciatus) at the Bugarium at the Albuquerque BioPark.

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A rainbow scarab, Phanaeus vindex, with parasites riding on its neck, at the Houston Zoo.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A federally endangered Salt Creek Tiger Beetle (Cicindela nevadica lincolniana).
Shot at UNL’s East Campus.

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A five-spotted hawk moth (Manduca quinquemaculata) from the wild in Walton, Nebraska.

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A five-spotted hawk moth (Manduca quinquemaculata) from the wild in Walton, Nebraska.

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Cook Strait giant weta insects (Deinacrida rugosa) at Zealandia, a wildlife preserve in Wellington.

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Cook Strait giant weta (Deinacrida rugosa) at Zealandia, a wildlife preserve in Wellington.

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Cook Strait giant weta (Deinacrida rugosa) at Zealandia, a wildlife preserve in Wellington.

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Cook Strait giant weta (Deinacrida rugosa) at Zealandia, a wildlife preserve in Wellington.

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A hex burrowing mayfly (Hexagenia sp.) near Walton, Nebraska. This species can live in smaller bodies of water, such as ponds or small streams.

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A hex burrowing mayfly (Hexagenia sp.) near Walton, Nebraska. This species can live in smaller bodies of water, such as ponds or small streams.

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A collection of dead insects at the Houston Zoo. Zoo staff keep the insects that pass away here in a freezer for two reasons: they need to prove to the USDA that the insects they keep match their inventories, and also to wow school kids on tours.

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The dead insect collection at the Houston Zoo. Zoo staff keep the insects that pass away here in a freezer for two reasons: they need to prove to the USDA that the insects they keep match their inventories, and also to wow school kids on tours.

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Harlequin flower beetle (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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Harlequin flower beetle (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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Two harlequin flower beetles (Gymnetis caseyi) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas elephas) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female Elephant beetle (Megasoma elephas elephas) at the Houston Zoo.

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A female rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo.

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A male rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo.

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A male and a female rainbow stag beetle (Phalacrognathus muelleri) at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A male rainbow stag beetle, Phalacrognathus muelleri, at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A male and a female rainbow stag beetle, Phalacrognathus muelleri, at the Houston Zoo. The male is larger with huge mandibles out front.

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A darkling beetle (Eleodes armata) at the Houston Zoo.

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Gray’s Malayan sticks (Lonchodes brevipes) at the Houston Zoo.

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Gray’s Malayan stick (Lonchodes brevipes) at the Houston Zoo.

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Gray’s Malayan stick (Lonchodes brevipes) at the Houston Zoo.

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Gray’s Malayan stick (Lonchodes brevipes) at the Houston Zoo.

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A Gray’s Malayan stick, Lonchodes brevipes, at the Houston Zoo.

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