Bugs

 

Bugs

Dear reader,

0n this place I would like to show some photos from bugs, who also found their home in the biotope around the pond. With bugs many people think about the not so much liked bedbug or the not so much smelled stink bug. These two species brought the bugs a little bit into bad reputation. But there are so many beautiful, colorful and fascinating kinds, which subsist on plant sap or nourish predacious and never would offend a human being.

As all insects bugs have three body parts, head, chest and abdomen, which for their part all are interconnected. All species of bugs have a proboscis.



A Red Shield Bug (Carpocoris mediterraneus) in

different colour stages:

Here a Red Cabbage Bug (Eurydema ornata)

in different stages of her budding:

Meeting in the biotope!

Red Cabbage Bugs mating, what often takes hours:

Eggs of the Red Cabbage Bug:

This here is a Southern Green Stink Bug (Nezara viridula) medial larvastage and

here the adult animal:

Aren´t those attractive eyes?

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