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Discussion in 'Insects, Other Invertebrates & Arthropods' started by basin79, Aug 26, 2016.
Psytalla Horrida (giant spiny assassin bug).
14 assassins. 15 crickets. So of course 4 share 1.
Some great shots there. Nice.
Those fly eyes in the last shot are really cool! Never knew assasin bugs had eyes like that.
I'm pretty sure most/all insects have compound eyes. Some better than others.
I love mantis faces. It's so easy to personify them.
True. Never had a chance to look up close though, good to know that they look like that.
Was trying to find the answer to this and failed. I was able to learn though, that all insects with compound eyes also have simple eyes. The two kinds work hand in hand.
Edit: Driver ants have no eyes at all.
Not pets but massively important they are looked after well. Your pets get out what you put in to your live food. I don't use the Morio beetles as food.
Brown male cricket.
Female Dubia cockroach.
Hierodula Majuscula female.
Female Deroplatys Lobata.
Female Hymenopus Coronatus.
Really beautiful! Such hypnotic eyes!
Deroplatys Lobata (dead leaf mantis) playing dead.
The assassins having a feed.
This little bugger seems to be lagging behind the rest. Thought I'd better give it some TLC. I'll be keeping a close eye on this one.
Aww! Is its name Rascal?
No. Everything is a rascal at some point. It's a word I use too much. I don't realise I do until I watch my videos back.
It so cute! Not as common in the states I think. I'm gonna pretend that ones name is Rascal.