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Creepy crawlies

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Colourful creatures: The markings on this bright yellow spider's back looks almost like the face of a cartoon tiger

Among them are the Shield Bug from the Pentatomoidea family of creepy crawlies and, with its luminous green body, the Araneus Mitificus spider.

This Creepy Crawlies Outdoor Board is printed on 3mm Foamex which is weatherproof and fadeless. Supplied with fixings and pre-drilled holes for mounting.   Size: 60 x 42cm. Creepy Crawlies Outdoor Board

This Creepy Crawlies Outdoor Board is printed on 3mm Foamex which is weatherproof and fadeless. Supplied with fixings and pre-drilled holes for mounting. Size: 60 x 42cm. Creepy Crawlies Outdoor Board

Never Squish A Centipede If You Want To Get Rid Of Pests

Never squish a centipede. These leggy creatures might be gross, but they actually aren't the enemy. They might even help banish worse bugs!

Gorgeous gold and purple jumping spider recently discovered in the Sraburi, Thailand

“Simaetha sp. is a gorgeous gold and purple jumping spider recently discovered in the Sraburi,Thailand. Theerasak S”

Bug of the week this week is the giant desert centipede (Scolopendra heros). They are nocturnal, and typically eat other insects, though they have been known to feed on small rodents. They are fairly common in Arizona and other desert locales, but usually hide out of sight during the day. Photo courtesy Furryscaly, via Flickr

Named just now too, hehe. He's a centipede, Scolopendra polymorpha. It actually looks much cooler if you view the larger version, much more detail comes out. This photo is also seen on Wikipedia, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scolopendra_polymorpha Check out my group for centipedes and millipedes, Myriapoda :)

I love the variety of Isopods and keeping them as pets! : awwnverts

The subreddit for cute pictures of bugs, lobsters, squid, and other non-Vertebrata. Because they're adorable too.

Chelorrhina polyphemus / Giant African Fruit Beetle (Wikimedia Commons) www.afktravel.com

Click here to read about some of the creepily fascinating -- and quite beautiful -- African insects you might encounter during your trip.