Honey Bee - Apis
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spiny elm caterpillar - Nymphalis antiopa
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blinded sphinx moth - Paonias excaecatus
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Bumblebee - Bombus
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Bumblebee 2 - Bombus
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Bumblebee 3 - Bombus
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Bumblebee 4 - Bombus
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Bumblebee 5 - Bombus
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Bumblebee 6 - Bombus
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Cicadas - Cicadidae
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Green Dragonfly - Anisoptera
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Blue Dragonfly 2 - Anisoptera
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Front Dragonfly 3 - Anisoptera
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Dragonfly 4 - Anisoptera
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Blue Dragonfly 5 - Anisoptera
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Blue Top Dragonfly 6 - Anisoptera
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Front Wings Dragonfly 7 - Anisoptera
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Garden Spider - Argiope aurantia
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Garden Spider - Argiope aurantia
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Dragonfly 8 - Anisoptera
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Grasshopper - Caelifera
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Great Spangled Fritillary - Speyeria cybele
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Honey Bee - Apis
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Japanese Beetles - Popillia japonica
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Lily Leaf Beetle - Lilioceris lilii
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Luna Moth - Actias luna
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Luna Moth - Actias luna
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Pearl Crescent Butterfly - Phyciodes tharos
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Eastern Yiger Swallowtail - Papilio glaucus
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Red-spotted Purple or White Admiral - Limenitis arthemis
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Bumblebee on Echinacea - Bombus
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Insects Photo Gallery

Welcome to Thingography.com Insects gallery - Thank you for your visit - feedback is welcome. Images are mouse/touch sensitive

All insects in this gallery when photographed in Southern New Hampshire. Almost all photos were taken in my own backyard. This gallery taught me a little patience and how to better identify poison ivy. Dragonflies, bees, spiders and different beetles are predominant in this gallery.