Madagascar cucaracha silbante

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Hay varias especies de gran tamaño, una de ellas es la cucaracha gigante de Madagascar, Gromphadorrina portentosa, de 8 cm de longitud, que emite un sonido silbante que le da el nombre de cucaracha silbante. La cucaracha alada Blabera fusca mide entre 6 y 8 cm. También se citan ejemplares de cucaracha americana que han alcanzado este tamaño, aunque lo normal es que midan entre 2,5 y 4 cm. Pero más grandes eran las cucarachas gigantes que habitaron la Tierra hace unos 300 millones de años.

Los invertebrados mas grandes-

Hay varias especies de gran tamaño, una de ellas es la cucaracha gigante de Madagascar, Gromphadorrina portentosa, de 8 cm de longitud, que emite un sonido silbante que le da el nombre de cucaracha silbante. La cucaracha alada Blabera fusca mide entre 6 y 8 cm. También se citan ejemplares de cucaracha americana que han alcanzado este tamaño, aunque lo normal es que midan entre 2,5 y 4 cm. Pero más grandes eran las cucarachas gigantes que habitaron la Tierra hace unos 300 millones de años.

De arriba a abajo y de izq. a derecha:- Escarabajo titán -Insecto palo gigante -Escarabajo de cuernos largos -Escarabajo Hércules- Cucaracha silbante de Madagascar

De arriba a abajo y de izq. a derecha:- Escarabajo titán -Insecto palo gigante -Escarabajo de cuernos largos -Escarabajo Hércules- Cucaracha silbante de Madagascar

Weta..A new zealand insect that is remarkably large and also has a rather nasty bite to go with it. Not poisonous though.

Weta..A new zealand insect that is remarkably large and also has a rather nasty bite to go with it. Not poisonous though.

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Goliath Beetle Grub. These things can get over 10 cm (4 in) long and weigh over 115 grams (4.1 oz). They live in the soil in parts of Africa and are armed with claws at the end of their legs and a strong bite.

Known as roly polies/doodlebugs, or I always called them armadillo bugs, are more commonly called pill bugs, or Armadillidiidae, if you want to get scientific. You can barely lift up a stone or pot without having a couple of these crawl out.  They can live two or three years with the right conditions, which is longer than some of you could keep little “Chippy,” your hamster, alive (oops). They’re cleaners at least. They ingest mold, feces, and other dead bugs.

Known as roly polies/doodlebugs, or I always called them armadillo bugs, are more commonly called pill bugs, or Armadillidiidae, if you want to get scientific. You can barely lift up a stone or pot without having a couple of these crawl out. They can live two or three years with the right conditions, which is longer than some of you could keep little “Chippy,” your hamster, alive (oops). They’re cleaners at least. They ingest mold, feces, and other dead bugs.

giant sea turtle on Surinam beach...such a shame locals eats the eggs, now these days the giant turtle is protected species

giant sea turtle on Surinam beach...such a shame locals eats the eggs, now these days the giant turtle is protected species

Spiders are surprisingly quite rare in Oaxacan Art. Only one artist and his wife create elaborately carved works that are anatomically accurate. With pulsing purple and plasma red markings this is one

Tarantula Wolf Spider

Spiders are surprisingly quite rare in Oaxacan Art. Only one artist and his wife create elaborately carved works that are anatomically accurate. With pulsing purple and plasma red markings this is one

Atlas Moths, the largest moth species in the world. Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds one these beautiful newly emerged Atlas Moths at Chester Zoo.

Atlas Moths, the largest moth species in the world. Butterfly keeper Heather Prince holds one these beautiful newly emerged Atlas Moths at Chester Zoo.

Coconut Crab They grow up to 3 ft, and are the largest arthropods on land. Coconut crabs are indigenous to small islands in the tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans, and can live up to 50 years or more. Although deriving its name from its coconut-eating tendencies, the coconut crab has a varied diet, which includes feeding on smaller crabs

Coconut Crab They grow up to 3 ft, and are the largest arthropods on land. Coconut crabs are indigenous to small islands in the tropical Indian and Pacific Oceans, and can live up to 50 years or more. Although deriving its name from its coconut-eating tendencies, the coconut crab has a varied diet, which includes feeding on smaller crabs

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