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  • NWF Staff
  • Nov 28, 2016
December/January 2017

 

A sap-sucking pentatomid bug, Khao Chong Forest Reserve, Trang Province Thailand.


October/November 2016

 

A three banded armadillo (Tolypeutes tricinctus) in defensive ball, United Kingdom (Captive).


August/September 2016

 

A pair of true bugs (Pephricus sp.) are camouflaged by a plant in South Africa.


June/July 2016

 

A reticulate stargazer in the Molucca Sea, Indonesia.


April/May 2016



A cockchafer beetle in Alsace, France.


February/March 2016



An eastern tiger swallowtail butterfly caterpillar at Shady Oak Butterfly Farm in Florida.



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