This gallery includes 931 illustrations of other orders of insects.

"A genus of Orthopterous insects, having an oval or orbicular flattened body, the head hidden beneath the large plate of the prothorax, long thread-like antennae, and wings folded only longitudinally. The elytra are parchment-like, and the wings are sometimes very imperfectly developed, particularly in the females, as in the case of the common cockroach." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

Male Cockroach

"A genus of Orthopterous insects, having an oval or orbicular flattened body, the head hidden beneath…

A male cockroach, Periplaneta orientalis.

Male Cockroach

A male cockroach, Periplaneta orientalis.

"The larvae are very similar to the perfect insects, both in appearance and habits. Many of them feed in carrion; others in rotton wood and other decaying vegetable matter. The number of joins in the tarsi varies greatly, but five is the prevalent number." — Goodrich, 1859

Cocktails

"The larvae are very similar to the perfect insects, both in appearance and habits. Many of them feed…

A fly.

Coleoptera

A fly.

The common European Cleg is a large, black/blue-black blood-sucking 'horsefly' of the family Tabanidae. It is commonly referred to as a Gadfly in the United States. They are powerful flyers, and the females are furnished with a lancet-like proboscis which can pierce the thickest skin.

Common European Cleg (Gadfly)

The common European Cleg is a large, black/blue-black blood-sucking 'horsefly' of the family Tabanidae.…

Beetles are one of the most extensive orders of insects. The beetle is recognized by its front wings which from a tough case protecting the real wings.

Common Garden Beetle

Beetles are one of the most extensive orders of insects. The beetle is recognized by its front wings…

The body is somewhat flattened, and the sides of the abdomen are strongly recurved. The head long, narrow, and cylindrical, and thickened behind the eyes.

Blood Sucking Conenose

The body is somewhat flattened, and the sides of the abdomen are strongly recurved. The head long, narrow,…

A gnat or mosquito, a tibialis species.

Conops

A gnat or mosquito, a tibialis species.

Conops "are to be found on flowers, of which they suck the honeyed juice."

Conops

Conops "are to be found on flowers, of which they suck the honeyed juice."

A family of insects.

Corisidae

A family of insects.

"It breathes, like some other insects, through its tail. It walks badly and slowly on land, but swims and cuts through the water with a prodigious rapidity."

Corixa Striata

"It breathes, like some other insects, through its tail. It walks badly and slowly on land, but swims…

A carnivorous insect that lives in the branches of trees and bushes.

Two Spotted Corsair

A carnivorous insect that lives in the branches of trees and bushes.

Corticaria Pumila insect.

Corticaria Pumila

Corticaria Pumila insect.

A Dysdercus Suturellus pupa.

Cotton Stainer

A Dysdercus Suturellus pupa.

A Dysdercus Suturellus adult.

Cotton Stainer

A Dysdercus Suturellus adult.

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- an elm-leaf showing galls.

Coxcomb

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- an elm-leaf showing galls.

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- winter egg covered by the skin of the true female.

Coxcomb

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- winter egg covered by the skin of the true female.

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- larva just hatched.

Coxcomb

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- larva just hatched.

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- pupa.

Coxcomb

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- pupa.

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- winged ault.

Coxcomb

Cock's-comb gall on elm, Colopha ulmicola- winged ault.

Crambus vulvivagellus species; larva.

Crambus

Crambus vulvivagellus species; larva.

The Cranberry-fruit worm of the Mineola vaccinii species; larva.

Cranberry-Fruit

The Cranberry-fruit worm of the Mineola vaccinii species; larva.

The Cranberry-fruit worm of the Mineola vaccinii species; pupa.

Cranberry-Fruit

The Cranberry-fruit worm of the Mineola vaccinii species; pupa.

The larvae of crane flies are known as grubs and leather jackets. The gnats live in water during their larval condition.

Crane Fly

The larvae of crane flies are known as grubs and leather jackets. The gnats live in water during their…

Illustrated is a mounted crane fly.

Crane Fly

Illustrated is a mounted crane fly.

A house-cricket

Cricket

A house-cricket

Also called the sand cricket.

Cricket

Also called the sand cricket.

Insects related to grasshoppers and katydids. They have somewhat flattened bodies and long antennae.

Cricket

Insects related to grasshoppers and katydids. They have somewhat flattened bodies and long antennae.

Crickets, family Gryllidae (also known as "true crickets"), are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers and more closely related to katydids or bush crickets (family Tettigoniidae). They have somewhat flattened bodies and long antennae. There are about 900 species of crickets. They tend to be nocturnal and are often confused with grasshoppers because they have a similar body structure including jumping hind legs.

Cricket

Crickets, family Gryllidae (also known as "true crickets"), are insects somewhat related to grasshoppers…

An illustration of a house cricket larva. Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe. Both sexes of this grey or brown cricket are fully winged but can't fly. Originally from the Middle East and North Africa the insect is found in permanently heated buildings such as bakeries. Its shrill warbling song is heard mainly at night.

House Cricket Larva

An illustration of a house cricket larva. Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe.…

An illustration of a house cricket pupa. Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe. Both sexes of this grey or brown cricket are fully winged but can't fly. Originally from the Middle East and North Africa the insect is found in permanently heated buildings such as bakeries. Its shrill warbling song is heard mainly at night.

House Cricket Pupa

An illustration of a house cricket pupa. Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe.…

An illustration of a male cricket with eggs.

Male Cricket with Eggs

An illustration of a male cricket with eggs.

"Another species of cricket is the Field-cricket, a timid animal which avoids the society of man, living all year round in the burrows which it forms in sandy banks among the stones. This is much larger and louder in its song than the domestic species, but it is by no means so common, frequentling only hot sandy districts." — Goodrich, 1859

Field Cricket

"Another species of cricket is the Field-cricket, a timid animal which avoids the society of man, living…

A field-cricket of the Gryllus species.

Field Cricket

A field-cricket of the Gryllus species.

The Field Cricket (Gryllus pennsylvanicus) is an insect in the Gryllidae family of crickets. It was also known as the synonym Gryllus abbreviatus.

Field Cricket

The Field Cricket (Gryllus pennsylvanicus) is an insect in the Gryllidae family of crickets. It was…

"House Cricket (Gryllus domesticus): a, eggs; b, young just hatched; c, full-grown larva; d, pupa; e, perfect insect." — Chambers' Encyclopedia, 1875

House Cricket

"House Cricket (Gryllus domesticus): a, eggs; b, young just hatched; c, full-grown larva; d, pupa; e,…

Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe. Both sexes of this grey or brown cricket are fully winged but can't fly. Originally from the Middle East and North Africa the insect is found in permanently heated buildings such as bakeries. Its shrill warbling song is heard mainly at night.

House Cricket

Acheta domesticus (house cricket) is a cricket native to Europe. Both sexes of this grey or brown cricket…

House crickets are in the order Orthoptera. Crickets are destructive to plants in every stage after leaving the egg.

House Cricket

House crickets are in the order Orthoptera. Crickets are destructive to plants in every stage after…

"Like that animal [the mole] it is constantly engaged in burrowing in the earth; and to enable it to do this with facility iits anterior limbs are converted into a pair of flat, fossorial organs, which are turned outward in exactly the same manner as the hand of the mole. In its pasage through the earth it does great injury to the roots of plants, but it said to live quite as much upon animal as vegetable food." — Goodrich, 1859

Mole Cricket

"Like that animal [the mole] it is constantly engaged in burrowing in the earth; and to enable it to…

A mole-cricket of the Gryllotalpa species.

Mole Cricket

A mole-cricket of the Gryllotalpa species.

The mole cricket (Gryllotalpa vulgaris) is an insect named for their highly developed forelimbs and burrowing ability.

Mole Cricket

The mole cricket (Gryllotalpa vulgaris) is an insect named for their highly developed forelimbs and…

Are mostly found on the Pacific Coast.

Sand Cricket

Are mostly found on the Pacific Coast.

A tree cricket that lives in trees and shrubs. They feed on plant parts, other insects, and fungi.

Snowy Tree Cricket

A tree cricket that lives in trees and shrubs. They feed on plant parts, other insects, and fungi.

The female tree-cricket

Tree Cricket

The female tree-cricket

The male tree-cricket

Tree Cricket

The male tree-cricket

Blackberry cane showing egg punctures.

Tree Cricket

Blackberry cane showing egg punctures.

The Croton Bug, adult form with wings spread.

Croton

The Croton Bug, adult form with wings spread.

The Croton Bug, first stage.

Croton

The Croton Bug, first stage.

The Croton Bug, second stage.

Croton

The Croton Bug, second stage.

The Croton Bug, third stage.

Croton

The Croton Bug, third stage.

The Croton Bug, fourth stage.

Croton

The Croton Bug, fourth stage.

The Croton Bug, adult.

Croton

The Croton Bug, adult.

The Croton Bug, adult.

Croton

The Croton Bug, adult.

A roach like bug.

Croton Bug

A roach like bug.

A genus of ichneumon flies.

Cryptus

A genus of ichneumon flies.

Culex, a type of mosquito.

Culex

Culex, a type of mosquito.

The larva of the Culex pungens

Culex pungens

The larva of the Culex pungens

Phylloecus flaviventris, female adult.

Currant Stem Girdler

Phylloecus flaviventris, female adult.

A name of the larvae of three species of insects.

Currant Worm

A name of the larvae of three species of insects.

A name of the larvae of three species of insects.

Currant Worm

A name of the larvae of three species of insects.