This gallery includes 931 illustrations of other orders of insects.

"The Phasmina includes some curious insects, one species of which is the Walking-leaf, <em>Phyllium siccifolium</em>, in which the body is flat and thin, and the wings form large, leaf-like organs, covering the whole abdomen, and furnished with regularly reticulated nevures, which give them exactly the appearance of a leaf." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Walking Leaf

"The Phasmina includes some curious insects, one species of which is the Walking-leaf, Phyllium

Walking sticks lead a sluggish life among the branches of shrubs, living on the young shoots. Their color and shape being so much like those of things around them, enable them commonly to escape observation.

Walking Stick

Walking sticks lead a sluggish life among the branches of shrubs, living on the young shoots. Their…

Walking stick insect.

Walking Stick

Walking stick insect.

A bug that looks like a moving twig.

Walking Stick

A bug that looks like a moving twig.

Diapheromera femorata- d, the male, and e the female.

Walking Sticks

Diapheromera femorata- d, the male, and e the female.

Diapheromera femorata- young just hatching.

Walking Sticks

Diapheromera femorata- young just hatching.

"In Germany and Sweden, the peasants use it as a cure for warts. They make this insect bite the warts which they often have on their hands, and the liquid which at the same time flows from the insect's mouth into the wound causes the warts to dry up and disappear."

Wart Biter (Decticus Verrucivorus)

"In Germany and Sweden, the peasants use it as a cure for warts. They make this insect bite the warts…

A water-boatman, Notenecta species.

Water Boatman

A water-boatman, Notenecta species.

"The <em>Nepa cinerea</em> is a European example of this family, which may be met with there in every pond." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Water Scorpion

"The Nepa cinerea is a European example of this family, which may be met with there in every…

A water-strider, Rheumatobates rileyi, female.

Water Strider

A water-strider, Rheumatobates rileyi, female.

Giant water bug, order Hemiptera.

Waterbug

Giant water bug, order Hemiptera.

Water bugs, or Hemiptera, are true bugs.

Waterbug

Water bugs, or Hemiptera, are true bugs.

A Belostama Americana insect.

Giant Waterbug

A Belostama Americana insect.

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; larva.

Webworm

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; larva.

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; segment of larva.

Webworm

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; segment of larva.

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; pupa.

Webworm

The garden web-worm of the Loxostege similalis species; pupa.

The Fall Webworm and its stages of life, including the caterpillar, pupae, and moth.

Fall Webworm

The Fall Webworm and its stages of life, including the caterpillar, pupae, and moth.

A stage of the wheel-bug, Prionidus cristatus species.

Wheel Bug

A stage of the wheel-bug, Prionidus cristatus species.

A stage of the wheel-bug, Prionidus cristatus species.

Wheel Bug

A stage of the wheel-bug, Prionidus cristatus species.

Wire worm (the larvae of click beetles).

Wire Worm

Wire worm (the larvae of click beetles).

The larvae of a clover hay worm.

Clover Hay Worm

The larvae of a clover hay worm.

The larvae of a clover hay worm.

Clover Hay Worm

The larvae of a clover hay worm.

The cocoon of a clover hay worm.

Clover Hay Worm

The cocoon of a clover hay worm.

A larva that feeds mostly on grape vines.

Grape Vine Worm

A larva that feeds mostly on grape vines.

A Phlox worm eating a leaf.

Phlox Worm

A Phlox worm eating a leaf.

"The caterpillar of which, commonly known as the tobacco-worm in the Middle States, is very destructive to the leaf of the tobacco-plant, when the worm is young, by eating holes in the leaves, thus spoiling them for use as wrappers for cigars, and when old by devouring the whole of the leaf itself." -Watts, 1874

Tobacco worm

"The caterpillar of which, commonly known as the tobacco-worm in the Middle States, is very destructive…

A full grown cotton worm. Usually feeds on the cotton plant.

Cotton Worm

A full grown cotton worm. Usually feeds on the cotton plant.

A full grown cotton worm. Usually feeds on the cotton plant.

Cotton Worm

A full grown cotton worm. Usually feeds on the cotton plant.

"The females alone excavate the domiciles, which consist either of branching galleries, as in the gallery of Xyleborys pubescens, or of a broad but thin and leaf-shaped chamber at the end of one of several entrance ways."&mdash;Government Printing Office, 1897

Gallery of Xyleborus Pubescens

"The females alone excavate the domiciles, which consist either of branching galleries, as in the gallery…

A species of bark beetle. This image depicts a male and a female.

Xyleborus Xylographus

A species of bark beetle. This image depicts a male and a female.

The galleries of the Xyloterus retusus tend to be built rather deeply into the wood, with the branches extending mostly horizontal.

Gallery of Xyloterus Retusus

The galleries of the Xyloterus retusus tend to be built rather deeply into the wood, with the branches…