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African praying mantis Plistospilota guineensis...Love to look in a mantids eyes! que..? by Blepharopsis

African praying mantis Plistospilota guineensis by Blepharopsis // stunningly beautiful, no?

IPhotographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. #Arts Design

Photographer Ireneusz Irass Waledzik - collection of fascinating facet eyes of dragonflies, bees and flies. <me> "the eyes have it"

Green triangle faced praying mantis up close and personal. Too close, seems to bare teeth at you! Enlarge to notice the details of the antennae. Over 2,400 species of mantis, whose diet changes as it ages. Closest relatives: termites & cockroaches. NOT same as stick or leaf insects with raptor like front legs. Can see up to 65 feet / 20 meters!

Mantis/// Oooo the Mantis gives me the creeps but then I am not really a fan of bugs & insects.

I hope this "Thing" never mutates into something Gigantic!!! :)

Malaysian bark mantis by "Blepharopsis" on deviantart. You can always rely on this photographer for AMAZING macro shots of exotic creatures.

Praying mantis close-up. To think that Elizabeth 's violet eyes were beautiful.....they hadn 't seen mine

Bug-eyed Praying Mantis - very intriguing. I like the color of the Mantis' eyes a lot.

Ensign Wasp - opal blue and green colors in a bug's eye - you can see all the individual cells that gives vision to this insect, and hairs like fur - such detail, such designed TINY MIRACLES creation! #DdO:) - https://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/tiny-miracles/ - Pinned via Robert Monroe's HOLY MACRO #Pinterest board.

A fascinating micro picture of a so called simple Ensign Wasp. Enlarge to see the DETAILS of the look blue & green colors in a bug's eye - TINY MIRACLES!