Organs of smell in May-beetle

Sensory Organs of Insects

Organs of smell in May-beetle

Sense organs in abdominal appendages.

Sensory Organs of Insects

Sense organs in abdominal appendages.

Ear on foreleg of locust

Sensory Organs of Insects

Ear on foreleg of locust

Ear found on the basal segment of grasshopper abdomen.

Sensory Organs of Insects

Ear found on the basal segment of grasshopper abdomen.

The seven spotted ladybug is one of the most common species of ladybug. The ladybug is also known as the ladybird.

Seven Spotted Ladybug

The seven spotted ladybug is one of the most common species of ladybug. The ladybug is also known as…

Ladybugs are a type of small beetle. The larvae feed on aphides, making them beneficial to horticulturalists.

Grub of a Seven Spotted Ladybug

Ladybugs are a type of small beetle. The larvae feed on aphides, making them beneficial to horticulturalists.

Ovarian tubes of one side, in <em>Polistes</em>, showing eggs in all stages of development, with nutritive cells, <em>nm</em>, between; <em>rs</em>, seminal receptacle; <em>ov</em>, oviduct; <em>vag</em>, vagina

Sexual Organ of Insects

Ovarian tubes of one side, in Polistes, showing eggs in all stages of development, with nutritive…

Male organs of May-beetle. One side only beyond the ductus ejaculatoris, <em>duct</em>. <em>ejac</em>. ; <em>glm</em>., mucus glands; <em>ves</em>.<em>sem</em>., seminal vesicles; <em>vas</em>. <em>def</em>., vasa deferentia

Sexual Organ of Insects

Male organs of May-beetle. One side only beyond the ductus ejaculatoris, duct. ejac.…

"This important insect is a native of the north of China; and a great portion of the supplies of silk for Europe and America are still derived from that country." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Silkworm Moth, Caterpillar, and Chrysalis

"This important insect is a native of the north of China; and a great portion of the supplies of silk…

The silverfish (Lepisma saccharina) is a small insect of the Lepismatidae family of silverfish and firebrats. It gets its name from the silver scales it develops after its third moult.

Silverfish

The silverfish (Lepisma saccharina) is a small insect of the Lepismatidae family of silverfish and firebrats.…

Generally, larva of the butterfly resembles a worm. Larva do not resemble the mature insect.

Larva of a Small Cabbage Butterfly

Generally, larva of the butterfly resembles a worm. Larva do not resemble the mature insect.

A snail attempting to rescue an insect at a very slow pace.

Snail Rescue

A snail attempting to rescue an insect at a very slow pace.

"The Lime-tree sphinx, <em>Sphinx tiliae</em>, has the wings denticulated and angular; it is nocturnal, and flies heavily." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Lime-tree sphinx

"The Lime-tree sphinx, Sphinx tiliae, has the wings denticulated and angular; it is nocturnal,…

"Anurida maritima, one of the primitive wingless Collembola." -Thomson, 1916

Springtail

"Anurida maritima, one of the primitive wingless Collembola." -Thomson, 1916

"The largest European species of beetle an adult male sometimes reaching an length of over two inches, and having mandibles about one inch long, which bear some resemblence to the antlers of a stag."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Stag Beetle

"The largest European species of beetle an adult male sometimes reaching an length of over two inches,…

"Stegomyia, the carrier of yellow fever germs." &mdash; Davison, 1906

Stegomyia

"Stegomyia, the carrier of yellow fever germs." — Davison, 1906

Edessa bifida is a species of stink bug in the Pentatomidae family of stink and shield bugs.

Stink Bug

Edessa bifida is a species of stink bug in the Pentatomidae family of stink and shield bugs.

Eurygaster alternatus is an insect species in the Pentatomidae family of stink bugs and shield bugs.

Stink Bug

Eurygaster alternatus is an insect species in the Pentatomidae family of stink bugs and shield bugs.

"Hornets and wasps and their structures." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Structures of hornets and wasps

"Hornets and wasps and their structures." — Goodrich, 1859

soft-bodied insects that devour wood as their main source of food.

Termite

soft-bodied insects that devour wood as their main source of food.

The termite, here showing the winged phase of its life and a termite mound.

Termite

The termite, here showing the winged phase of its life and a termite mound.

Thrips are very small insects that live in flowers. Thrips gnaw the surface of petals.

Magnified Thrips

Thrips are very small insects that live in flowers. Thrips gnaw the surface of petals.

A bird of South America.

Black Cheeked Ant Thrush

A bird of South America.

The larva Milkweed Tiger Moth (Euchaetes egle) is also known as the Milkweed Tussock caterpillar.

Milkweed Tiger Moth Larva

The larva Milkweed Tiger Moth (Euchaetes egle) is also known as the Milkweed Tussock caterpillar.

The Milkweed Tiger Moth (Euchaetes egle) is an insect in the Arctiidae family of tiger moths.

Milkweed Tiger Moth

The Milkweed Tiger Moth (Euchaetes egle) is an insect in the Arctiidae family of tiger moths.

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Flowers being visited by an insect for nectar. B, longitudinal section, showing the insect's proboscis extended down the spur toward the nectar-gland; C, insect with a mass of pollen (p), rubbed off from anthers onto the dorsal hairs of the thorax, during successive visits." -Gager, 1916

Common Toadflax with Insect

"Toad-flax (Linaria vulgaris). Flowers being visited by an insect for nectar. B, longitudinal section,…

Tomicus laricis is a pine bark beetle. The bodies of the beetles are cylindrical and the wing cases are rounded down at the hinder end and along the sides.

Tomicus Laricis

Tomicus laricis is a pine bark beetle. The bodies of the beetles are cylindrical and the wing cases…

Part of a tracheal stem and branches of an insect. Labels: Z, cellular outer wall; SP, cuticular inner wall with spiral fiber.

Tracheal Stem and Branches

Part of a tracheal stem and branches of an insect. Labels: Z, cellular outer wall; SP, cuticular inner…

Tracheal system of a fly larva. Labels: Tr, longitudinal stem of right side; St', St", anterior and posterior stigmata.

Tracheal System of Fly Larva

Tracheal system of a fly larva. Labels: Tr, longitudinal stem of right side; St', St", anterior and…

Ideal section through an insect. -<em>a</em>, alimentary canal; <em>h</em>, heart; <em>n</em>, nerve-cord; <em>s</em>, stigmata; <em>t</em>, tracheal tubes; <em>l</em>, legs; <em>w</em>, wings.

Transverse Thorax

Ideal section through an insect. -a, alimentary canal; h, heart; n, nerve-cord;…

"The Buffalo Tree-Hopper and its work: a, Adult; b, Fresh egg slits; c, Eggs in slits, natural size; d, Eggs enlarged; e, Scars produced by egg slits."&mdash;The Federal Digest, 1921

Buffalo Tree-Hopper

"The Buffalo Tree-Hopper and its work: a, Adult; b, Fresh egg slits; c, Eggs in slits, natural size;…

An African insect whose bite is deadly to livestock and animals.

Tsetse

An African insect whose bite is deadly to livestock and animals.

A species of dung beetle found in America.

Tumblebugs

A species of dung beetle found in America.

"Leaf of Venus's Fly-trap (Dionaea muscipula), closed over insect, viewed from the side." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Venus Fly-trap

"Leaf of Venus's Fly-trap (Dionaea muscipula), closed over insect, viewed from the side." — The…

"Leaf of Venus's Fly-trap (Dionaea muscipula), closed over insect, viewed from above." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Venus Fly-trap

"Leaf of Venus's Fly-trap (Dionaea muscipula), closed over insect, viewed from above." — The Encyclopedia…

"Sensitive glands of Dionaea muscipula, x 300." &mdash; The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Venus Fly-trap

"Sensitive glands of Dionaea muscipula, x 300." — The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

"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

An illustration of warblers eating plant lice in a tree.

Warblers Eating Plant Lice

An illustration of warblers eating plant lice in a tree.

"Semiotellus chalcidiphagus. a, female, from side." -Whitney, 1911

Wasp

"Semiotellus chalcidiphagus. a, female, from side." -Whitney, 1911

"Semiotellus chalcidiphagus. a, male, from above." -Whitney, 1911

Wasp

"Semiotellus chalcidiphagus. a, male, from above." -Whitney, 1911

The European Hornet (Vespa crabro) and the wasp (Vespa vulgaris).

Wasp and Hornet

The European Hornet (Vespa crabro) and the wasp (Vespa vulgaris).

The cocoon of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as hosts until they are eventually killed.

Parasite Wasp Cocoon

The cocoon of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects…

Head of Wasp to show regions: <em>a</em>, compound eyes; <em>b</em>, clypeus; <em>c</em>, labrum; <em>d</em>, mandibles; <em>e</em>, ocelli; <em>f</em>, place where antennae are inserted.

Head of Wasp

Head of Wasp to show regions: a, compound eyes; b, clypeus; c, labrum; d,…

The larva of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as hosts until they are eventually killed.

Parasite Wasp Larva

The larva of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as…

The pupa of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as hosts until they are eventually killed.

Parasite Wasp Pupa

The pupa of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as…

The female adult of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as hosts until they are eventually killed.

Female Adult Parasite Wasp

The female adult of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects…

The male adult of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects as hosts until they are eventually killed.

Male Adult Parasite Wasp

The male adult of Sigalphus curculionis, a species of parasitoid wasps. These insects use other insects…

Elachertus cacoeciae is a species of Chalcid wasp of the Hymenoptera order.

Chalcid Wasp

Elachertus cacoeciae is a species of Chalcid wasp of the Hymenoptera order.

Chrysocharis imbrasus is an insect in the Chalcidoidea family of Chalcid wasps.

Chalcid Wasp

Chrysocharis imbrasus is an insect in the Chalcidoidea family of Chalcid wasps.

Embolimus americanus is a species of wasp belonging to the Proctotrupoidea superfamily of various wasps.

Embolimus Wasp

Embolimus americanus is a species of wasp belonging to the Proctotrupoidea superfamily of various wasps.

The dorsal view of the Ensign Wasp (Evania laevigata), an insect in the Evaniidae family.

Dorsal View of Ensign Wasp

The dorsal view of the Ensign Wasp (Evania laevigata), an insect in the Evaniidae family.

The Ichneumon wasp is a parasitoids, where the larvae feed on another insect until it dies.

Ichneumon Wasp

The Ichneumon wasp is a parasitoids, where the larvae feed on another insect until it dies.

Encyrtus cecidomyiae is a species of wasp in the Encyrtidae family of parasitic wasps.

Parasitic Wasp

Encyrtus cecidomyiae is a species of wasp in the Encyrtidae family of parasitic wasps.

Elis quadrinotata is a species of wasp in the Scoliidae family.

Scoliid Wasp

Elis quadrinotata is a species of wasp in the Scoliidae family.

"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…

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.

"Found in South Ameica, is a very large species, nearly two inches long; it is black, and lives on the sago-palm." &mdash Goodrich, 1859

Palm Weevil

"Found in South Ameica, is a very large species, nearly two inches long; it is black, and lives on the…

"The pea weevil is often found in peas in its larval state during summer and autumn, as a pupa in winter, and in the adult form in late spring, when it comes forth to lay its eggs on the pods of the growing peas. Larva." &mdash; Davison, 1906

Pea Weevil

"The pea weevil is often found in peas in its larval state during summer and autumn, as a pupa in winter,…

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of berries in New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, the Carolinas, and Virginia. The eggs are deposited in the flower buds, upon which the grublike larva feed and attain full size in about a month." &mdash;Davison, 1906

Strawberry Weevil

"The strawberry weevil in certain seasons has prevented the development of more than a half crop of…