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Wetas (9) More files... by Mark Moffett
New Zealanders call all their wingless, cricket-like insects wetas. Little changed in 200 million years, they are among New Zealand's oldest native life-forms. Moffett introduces the difference species of wetas in this small gallery - creatures that span cave, mountain and forest habitats.
Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female being fed a carrot by researcher Mike Meades, Little Barrier Island, New Zealand
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00091121 Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female being fed a carrot by researcher Mike Meades, Little Barrier Island, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris) portrait, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091138 Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris) portrait, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female held by researcher Mike Meades, this largest Weta species is found only on Little Barrier Island, New Zealand Weta in hand, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091123 Giant Weta (Deinacrida heteracantha) female held by researcher Mike Meades, this largest Weta species is found only on Little Barrier Island, New Zealand Weta in hand, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris) male with larger head and female at opening to nest, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091129 Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris) male with larger head and female at opening to nest, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) eating a Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris), Stephans Island, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091136 Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) eating a Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris), Stephans Island, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) eating a Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris), Stephans Island, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091137 Tuatara (Sphenodon punctatus) eating a Tree Weta (Hemideina crassicruris), Stephans Island, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Rare Wellington Ground Weta (Hemiandrus similus) a rarely seen small species, the only Weta that burrows into ground, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091143 Rare Wellington Ground Weta (Hemiandrus similus) a rarely seen small species, the only Weta that burrows into ground, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Cave Weta (Gymnoplectron edwardsii) in cave, Wellington, New Zealand  -  Mark Moffett
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00091149 Cave Weta (Gymnoplectron edwardsii) in cave, Wellington, New Zealand© Mark Moffett
Auckland Tree Weta (Hemideina thoracica), Tiritiri Matangi Island, New Zealand  -  Michael & Patricia Fogden
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00423378 Auckland Tree Weta (Hemideina thoracica), Tiritiri Matangi Island, New Zealand© Michael & Patricia Fogden
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