Things, lots of things.

sixpenceee:

littlekiwifrog:

Tear-drinking Butterflies

In the Amazon, it’s not uncommon to see groups of colorful butterflies fluttering around turtles basking along the river. This is because they drink the turtles’ tears—an invaluable source of salt for the herbivorous butterflies.

(source)

This is so cool

jacobin:

Mantis and moth stickers! I’ll be selling these at SMASH this year. :) I couldn’t resist making cute lil buggies.

lawebloca:

via
missimoonshine:

Took a break from vaccuming water out of my car and saw a group of these guys in my front yard.
Stinkhorn mushrooms?
More like tiny erect demon penis thrusting its way out of the soil.

missimoonshine:

Took a break from vaccuming water out of my car and saw a group of these guys in my front yard.

Stinkhorn mushrooms?

More like tiny erect demon penis thrusting its way out of the soil.

artiestroke:

kittykat0102:

nosneezinginmyhornarc:

priest-of-rage:

bedquest:

dear fucking tumblr

this is a fucking bumblebee

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this is a fucking bee

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this is a fucking hornet

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this is a fucking wasp

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as you can fucking see the longer their legs are and the less fuzzy they are is equivalent to how fucking evil they fucking are

I feel like I just watched a step by step pokemon evolution

Pokemon from the darkest pit of hell maybe.

and then there is this thing.

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Mega evolution

mucholderthen:

THE LARVAE (AND ADULT FEMALE) OF THE TRILOBITE BEETLE

The trilobite [beetle] genus (Duliticola) belongs to the family Lycidae, commonly known as net-winged beetles.

This family is a pretty interesting one, because many of its species display huge physical differences between their males and their females. Trilobite beetles are no exception. While the females are easily recognisable – that incredible form is retained from when they were larvae [see Wikipedia neoteny] – the males look entirely different. They pretty much just look like plain old beetles, with long, winged bodies and a pair of thick antennae. 

Bec Crew, Scientific American

  1. Trilobite Beetle larva (Duliticola hoseini) by nickybay on Flickr.
  2. Trilobite Beetle by Kurt (orionmystery.blogspot.com) on Flickr.
  3. Trilobite Beetle larva (Duliticola sp.) by nickybay on Flickr.
waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

moonblossom:

kinpunshou:

so this morning i was playing with the slow-mo mode on my phone, hoping to get a majestic vid of a bumblebee taking off
but instead i found this dumbfuck

Oh my god its little flailing legs. I’m dying.

moonblossom:

kinpunshou:

so this morning i was playing with the slow-mo mode on my phone, hoping to get a majestic vid of a bumblebee taking off

but instead i found this dumbfuck

Oh my god its little flailing legs. I’m dying.

pukakke:

Death’s Head Hawk Moth having a little meal in HD
pearl-nautilus:

Moth Head - macro photography 
source:

pearl-nautilus:

Moth Head - macro photography 

source:

ohnoproblems:

beepunk:

look @ this cute lil lady

i live for small lady

wild-guy:

Achrioptera fallax (x)

miss-freeman:

somuchawkwerd:

mimibon:

nge:

mimibon:

tree-whispering:

beep beep

What is that!

mim its a lighting bug or whatever they light up

WHAAAAAAT THATS SO COOL HOW DOES HE  DO THAT! ITS JUST A BUG BUT IT LIGHTS UP

lol it had never even occurred to my that there were parts of this planet where lightning bugs are not indigenous

I AM SO JEALOUS I WANT TINY LITTLE BUG LANTERNS 

nautical-constructs:

killa-kelly:

emilet:

1los:

Bees are nature’s 3D printer

Fucking bees are the best.

Fuck yes they are.

what the actual fuck bees. why are you engineering geniuses

tiny-creatures:

PTEDSC07510 by adegsm@ on Flickr.