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Peruvian Tarantula (Pamphobeteus sp.) and Humming Frog (Chiasmocleis royi) together, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru. These species have a commensal relationship. The tara...
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90804020 Peruvian Tarantula (Pamphobeteus sp.) and Humming Frog (Chiasmocleis royi) together, Los Amigos Biological Station, Madre de Dios, Amazonia, Peru. These species have a commensal relationship. The tara...© Emanuele Biggi
Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.
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90884041 Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.©
Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.
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90884040 Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.©
Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.
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90884039 Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.©
Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.
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90884038 Huntsman spider (Thunberga cf. septifer), adult male on tree trunk, Madagascar. This is a relatively new genus described by Peter Jaeger in 2020 and dedicated to climate activist Greta Thunberg.©
Predatory water beetle (Dytiscus sp.) larva waiting in ambush, Beigua Regional Park, Italy. June.
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90883699 Predatory water beetle (Dytiscus sp.) larva waiting in ambush, Beigua Regional Park, Italy. June.©
La Palma glass frog / Reticulated glass frog (Hyalinobatrachium valerioi) sitting on glass showing transparency of its belly. Captive.
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90883698 La Palma glass frog / Reticulated glass frog (Hyalinobatrachium valerioi) sitting on glass showing transparency of its belly. Captive.©
Orange pore fungus (Favolaschia calocera) close up, Italy. November.
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90883697 Orange pore fungus (Favolaschia calocera) close up, Italy. November.©
Ant colony (Pheidole pallidula) queen among workers and soldiers, Rome, Italy. April.
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90883687 Ant colony (Pheidole pallidula) queen among workers and soldiers, Rome, Italy. April.©
Ant colony (Pheidole pallidula), two queens among workers and soldiers. Rome, Italy. April.
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90883686 Ant colony (Pheidole pallidula), two queens among workers and soldiers. Rome, Italy. April.©
Swarm of Asian weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina) attacking a Finger-print ant (Diacamma sp.), Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.
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90883576 Swarm of Asian weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina) attacking a Finger-print ant (Diacamma sp.), Kubah National Park, Sarawak, Borneo.©
Ant colony (Temnothorax sp.) on a tree, queen, eggs and larvae surrounded by worker ants, Rome, Italy. March.
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90883575 Ant colony (Temnothorax sp.) on a tree, queen, eggs and larvae surrounded by worker ants, Rome, Italy. March.©
Indolent ant (Ponera coarctata), eyeless worker, close up, Genova, Italy. March.
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90883574 Indolent ant (Ponera coarctata), eyeless worker, close up, Genova, Italy. March.©
Asian weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina) protecting a parasitic butterfly pupa (probably Lycaenidae sp.) which exploit the ants for food and protection for its development. The ants do this because t...
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90883573 Asian weaver ants (Oecophylla smaragdina) protecting a parasitic butterfly pupa (probably Lycaenidae sp.) which exploit the ants for food and protection for its development. The ants do this because t...©
Gilding ant (Cephalotes atratus) portrait on white background, Iquitos, Peru.
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90883572 Gilding ant (Cephalotes atratus) portrait on white background, Iquitos, Peru.©
Giant forest ant (Dinomyrmex gigas) portrait on white background, Borneo.
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90883571 Giant forest ant (Dinomyrmex gigas) portrait on white background, Borneo.©
Funnel ant (Aphaenogaster spinosa), worker ants carrying eggs to a new nest, Rome, Italy. May.
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90883570 Funnel ant (Aphaenogaster spinosa), worker ants carrying eggs to a new nest, Rome, Italy. May.©
Funnel ant (Aphaenogaster spinosa), worker ants carrying eggs to a new nest, Rome, Italy. May.
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90883569 Funnel ant (Aphaenogaster spinosa), worker ants carrying eggs to a new nest, Rome, Italy. May.©
Three Turtle-ant (Cephalotes sp.) engaged in grooming and anal-trophallaxis, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90883568 Three Turtle-ant (Cephalotes sp.) engaged in grooming and anal-trophallaxis, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Turtle-ants (Cephalotes sp.) engaged in grooming, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90883567 Turtle-ants (Cephalotes sp.) engaged in grooming, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Turtle-ant (Cephalotes sp.) close up, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru
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90883566 Turtle-ant (Cephalotes sp.) close up, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru©
Queen ant (Lasius emarginatus) in her foundation chamber with eggs and larvae, Genova, Italy. February.
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90883565 Queen ant (Lasius emarginatus) in her foundation chamber with eggs and larvae, Genova, Italy. February.©
Namib desert dune ant (Camponotus detritus), queen on sand with visible wing scars on her thorax, Swakopmund, Namibia.
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90883564 Namib desert dune ant (Camponotus detritus), queen on sand with visible wing scars on her thorax, Swakopmund, Namibia.©
Namib desert dune ant (Camponotus fulvopilosus) soldier (foreground) and worker (background) on sand, Swakopmund, Namibia.
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90883563 Namib desert dune ant (Camponotus fulvopilosus) soldier (foreground) and worker (background) on sand, Swakopmund, Namibia.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) on a dead leaf with mandibles open, ready to strike, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882128 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) on a dead leaf with mandibles open, ready to strike, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90882127 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90882126 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Trap jaw ant (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.
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90882125 Trap jaw ant (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882124 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.
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90882123 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) portrait, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882122 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) portrait, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882121 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) on a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882120 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) on a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882119 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882118 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus chelifer) with mandibles open, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882117 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap jaw ants (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.
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90882116 Trap jaw ants (Odontomachus sp.) preying upon a cockroach larva. Captive.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882115 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom. Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru
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90882114 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom. Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), close up, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90882113 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), close up, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), Peru.
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90882112 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), Peru.
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90882111 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus), Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.
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90882110 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom, Los Amigos Biological Station, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.
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90882109 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) crawling over a dead leaf, Wayqecha, Peru.©
Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom (35 to 64 meters per second, or 78 to 145 miles per hour ) and with a stunning accelerati...
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90882108 Trap-jaw ant (Odontomachus hastatus) which has the fastest self-powered predatory strike in the animal kingdom (35 to 64 meters per second, or 78 to 145 miles per hour ) and with a stunning accelerati...©
Common toads (Bufo bufo) mating and strings of toadspawn in a small stream in Luni (Viterbo), Central Italy. April.
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90875129 Common toads (Bufo bufo) mating and strings of toadspawn in a small stream in Luni (Viterbo), Central Italy. April.©
Palm (Korthalsia robusta) defended by host ants (Myrmoplatys sp.), Poring Hot Springs, Borneo.
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90859443 Palm (Korthalsia robusta) defended by host ants (Myrmoplatys sp.), Poring Hot Springs, Borneo.©
Saffron-bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) froglet inside pitcher plant (Nepenthes bicalcarata), Lambir Hills National Park, Sarawak, Borneo
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90859442 Saffron-bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) froglet inside pitcher plant (Nepenthes bicalcarata), Lambir Hills National Park, Sarawak, Borneo©
Saffron bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) on edge of pitcher plant (Nepenthes) Lambir Hills National Park. Sarawak, Borneo
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90859441 Saffron bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) on edge of pitcher plant (Nepenthes) Lambir Hills National Park. Sarawak, Borneo©
Saffron bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) and pitcher plant. Lambir Hills National Park. Sarawak, Borneo
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90859440 Saffron bellied frog (Chaperina fusca) and pitcher plant. Lambir Hills National Park. Sarawak, Borneo©
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