Sweat Bee On Marigold
Stock #IS-001
Slug On Dewy Dandelion 
Stock #IS-002
Snail On Dandelion Weed
Stock #IS-003
Snail Climbing Down Dandelion Stem
Stock #IS-004
Dragonfly On Twig
Stock #IS-005
Wasp On Pine Bush
Stock #IS-006
Bumble Bee On Onion Flower
Stock #IS-007
Small Moth On Flowers
Stock #IS-008
Silk Moth Caterpillar On Limb
Stock #IS-009
THERE ARE ALL KINDS OF INSECTS AND SPIDERS ALL OVER THE PLACE, AND, MOST OF US OVERLOOK THEM
BECAUSE OF PHOBIAS AND FEARS. IN TRUTH, MANY INSECTS AND SPIDERS HAVE REMARKABLE COLORS AND MARKINGS. HOPEFULLY YOU WILL BE ABLE TO VIEW MY PHOTOGRAPHY OF THEM AND SEE ALL THEIR BEAUTY AND NATURAL WONDERS.
A Praying Mantis Eating A Grasshopper: Stock # IS-010
Garden Spider In Web
Stock# IS-011
Garden Spider - Facing Left In Web
Stock# IS-013
Black Cellar Arachnid - Artistic - C.
Stock# IS-014
Wolf Spider Resting On A Hand
Stock# IS-016
Garden Spider Facing Downwards
Stock# IS-017
A Wolf Spider In Camouflage
Stock# IS-018
Garden Spider Eats In Web Of Rain
Stock# IS-019
Long Bodied Cellar Spider 
          Stock# IS-020
Millipede Eating On A Tree   -   Stock# IS-021
Stock #IS-022 BLACK SWALLOWTAIL BUTTERFLY AS CATERPILLAR
Stock #IS-023
Stock #IS-024
Stock #IS-025
Stock #IS-026
Stock #IS-027
Black Swallowtail Butterfly As A Caterpillar - A Dragonfly, Dragonfly Wings, Dragonfly Perched - Sweat Bee - Slug - Wasp - Bumble Bee - Snail - Damsel Fly - Moth, and A Caterpillar , Above.
Orb Weaver  
Stock #IS-028
Male Orb Weaver  
Stock #IS-029
Orb Weaver Walking In Web
Stock #IS-039
Jumping Spider
Stock #IS-031
Jumping Spider
Stock #IS-032
Jumping Spider Hiding In Web
Stock #IS-033
Jumping Spider
Stock #IS-034
Below - Arrow-shaped Micrathena Spider (Micrathena gracilis) - Some Call Them The Spiny or Thorny Spiders
Stock #IS-035
Stock #IS-036
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-037
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-038
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-039
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-040
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-041
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-042
Nursery Web Spider
Stock #IS-043
A Series Of Nursery Web Spiders - Although Some Call Them Wolf Spiders, There Is A Difference
Although This Is The Insect & Spider Page, I Thought I'd Show You A Couple Of Images That Tend To Be More On The RARE Side. On The Left We Have A Grays Tree Frog, and On The Right We Have Your Normal Pond Frog, As These Are Both Classified As Amphibians You May Find This A Tad Bit Interesting . While Both Of These Frogs Are Quite Common, What They Are Eating Is Something Very Few Have Ever Seen Them Atempt. Both Frogs Are Eating What We Call "A Garden Spider". They Are, "The Black and Yellow Garden Spider (Arigiope Aurantia), Just Like We See Out In the Gardens, Fields, and Along Road Sides, and, They Are Orb Weavers. This Proves That Even Though Both Frogs Live In Totally Different Habits, Spiders Are No More Safe From Frogs, and Toads, Than Any Other Kind Of Insect Or Bug Is.

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A House Centipede : Stock # IS-046
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