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Brush footed butterfly (Lycorea sp.) caterpillar with parasitic wasp cocoons on silk threads, Yasuni National Park, Orellana, Ecuador. - Lucas Bustamante
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Lucas Bustamante / Brush footed butterfly (Lycorea sp.) caterpillar with parasitic wasp cocoons on silk threads, Yasuni National Park, Orellana, Ecuador.
Silk moth (Saturniidae) cocoon, used in textile production, photographed on a white background. Maroantsetra, Northeast Madagascar. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Silk moth (Saturniidae) cocoon, used in textile production, photographed on a white background. Maroantsetra, Northeast Madagascar.
Silken cocoon of Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet moth (Zygaena lonicerae) attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, May. - Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Silken cocoon of Narrow-bordered Five-spot Burnet moth (Zygaena lonicerae) attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, May.
Basket cocoon parasitoid (Meteorus sp.) cocoon hanging from a grass stem in boggy heathland, Studland, Dorset, UK, July. - Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Basket cocoon parasitoid (Meteorus sp.) cocoon hanging from a grass stem in boggy heathland, Studland, Dorset, UK, July.
Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) opening a cocoon to feed on beetle,  Kalahari Desert, South Africa - Klein & Hubert
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Klein & Hubert / Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) opening a cocoon to feed on beetle, Kalahari Desert, South Africa
Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) feeding on beetle cocoon, Kalahari Desert, South Africa. - Klein & Hubert
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Klein & Hubert / Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) feeding on beetle cocoon, Kalahari Desert, South Africa.
Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) feeding on beetle cocoon, Kalahari Desert, South Africa. - Klein & Hubert
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Klein & Hubert / Meerkat (Suricata suricatta) feeding on beetle cocoon, Kalahari Desert, South Africa.
Nursery web spider (Pisaura mirabilis) female with egg cocoon, Fontainebleau forest, France, July. - Lorraine Bennery
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Lorraine Bennery / Nursery web spider (Pisaura mirabilis) female with egg cocoon, Fontainebleau forest, France, July.
Black ants (Lasius niger) and cocoons at nest, Sussex, UK - Stephen  Dalton
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Stephen Dalton / Black ants (Lasius niger) and cocoons at nest, Sussex, UK
Bristle-thighed curlew (Numenius tahitiensis) on coastal tundra feeding on woolly bear caterpillar pupa. The curlew locates the cocoons by sight and shakes them until the pupa fall out.. Yukon Delta N... - Gerrit  Vyn
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Gerrit Vyn / Bristle-thighed curlew (Numenius tahitiensis) on coastal tundra feeding on woolly bear caterpillar pupa. The curlew locates the cocoons by sight and shakes them until the pupa fall out.. Yukon Delta N...
Silkworm cocoons (Bombyx mori), Sohra Market, Cherrapunji. Meghalaya,  North East India, October 2014. - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Silkworm cocoons (Bombyx mori), Sohra Market, Cherrapunji. Meghalaya, North East India, October 2014.
Tree bumblebee (Bombus hypnorum) crawling over silk nest produced by wax moths (Galleriinae) in an old bird's nest, garden hedge, Somerset, UK, August. - John Waters
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John Waters / Tree bumblebee (Bombus hypnorum) crawling over silk nest produced by wax moths (Galleriinae) in an old bird's nest, garden hedge, Somerset, UK, August.
Tree bumblebee (Bombus hypnorum) crawling over silk nest produced by wax moths (Galleriinae) in an old bird's nest, garden hedge, Somerset, UK, August. - John Waters
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John Waters / Tree bumblebee (Bombus hypnorum) crawling over silk nest produced by wax moths (Galleriinae) in an old bird's nest, garden hedge, Somerset, UK, August.
Silk worm (Bombyx mori) cocoons at a weaving centre in Luang Prabang, Laos, March 2009. - David Noton
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David Noton / Silk worm (Bombyx mori) cocoons at a weaving centre in Luang Prabang, Laos, March 2009.
Silk worm (Bombyx mori) cocoons at a weaving centre in Luang Prabang, Laos, March 2009. - David Noton
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David Noton / Silk worm (Bombyx mori) cocoons at a weaving centre in Luang Prabang, Laos, March 2009.
Emperor Moth (Saturnia pavonia) caterpillar spinning silk cocoon in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris). Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. August. - Alex  Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Emperor Moth (Saturnia pavonia) caterpillar spinning silk cocoon in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris). Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. August.
Emperor Moth cocoon (Saturnia pavonia) in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris). Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. August. - Alex  Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Emperor Moth cocoon (Saturnia pavonia) in Ling Heather (Calluna vulgaris). Peak District National Park, Derbyshire, UK. August.
Cocoon of thread-wing lacewing (Dielocroce hebraea) Negev Desert, Israel, June. Meetyourneighbours.net project. Taken with digital focus stacking. - MYN / Gil Wizen
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MYN / Gil Wizen / Cocoon of thread-wing lacewing (Dielocroce hebraea) Negev Desert, Israel, June. Meetyourneighbours.net project. Taken with digital focus stacking.
Puss Moth (Cerura vinula) cocoon, constructed on tree bark. Derbyshire, UK, August. - Alex  Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Puss Moth (Cerura vinula) cocoon, constructed on tree bark. Derbyshire, UK, August.
Vapourer Moth (Orgyia antiqua) cocoon, with eggs laid on outside. Surrey, April. - Adrian Davies
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Adrian Davies / Vapourer Moth (Orgyia antiqua) cocoon, with eggs laid on outside. Surrey, April.
Silkworm moth (Bombyx mori) cocoons for production of silk thread, in Hoi An, Vietnam. - Sue Flood
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Sue Flood / Silkworm moth (Bombyx mori) cocoons for production of silk thread, in Hoi An, Vietnam.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 7 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 7 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 8 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 8 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 9 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 9 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 10 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 10 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Digital composite sequence - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Digital composite sequence
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 1 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 1 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 2 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 2 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 3 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 3 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 4 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 4 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 5 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 5 of 10.
Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 6 of 10. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Bullseye Moth (Automeris io) showing wings expanding after emerging from cocoon. Captive, originating from North and Central America. Sequence 6 of 10.
Hatched pupa of Six spot burnet moth (Zygaena filipendulae) protruding from silken cocoon attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, August. - Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Hatched pupa of Six spot burnet moth (Zygaena filipendulae) protruding from silken cocoon attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, August.
Silken cocoon of Six spot burnet moth (Zygaena filipendulae) attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, August - Nick Upton
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Nick Upton / Silken cocoon of Six spot burnet moth (Zygaena filipendulae) attached to grass stem, chalk grassland meadow, Wiltshire, UK, August
Female Common Vapourer Moth (Orgyia antiqua) laying eggs on surface of coccoon from which it has emerged. Derbyshire, UK, July. - Alex Hyde
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Alex Hyde / Female Common Vapourer Moth (Orgyia antiqua) laying eggs on surface of coccoon from which it has emerged. Derbyshire, UK, July.
Silkmoth cocoon (Rothschildia erycinia nigra). Ecuador. - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Silkmoth cocoon (Rothschildia erycinia nigra). Ecuador.
Protective cocoon built by Stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) Suffolk, England, June 2009 - Wild Wonders of Europe / Benvie
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Wild Wonders of Europe / Benvie / Protective cocoon built by Stag beetle (Lucanus cervus) Suffolk, England, June 2009
Mass of Butterfly cocoons (unidentified species) attached to tree trunk, some empty, some with pupae, Iguazu NP, Argentina - Michael Hutchinson
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Michael Hutchinson / Mass of Butterfly cocoons (unidentified species) attached to tree trunk, some empty, some with pupae, Iguazu NP, Argentina
Mass of Butterfly cocoons (unidentified species) attached to tree trunk, some empty, some with pupae, Iguazu NP, Argentina - Michael Hutchinson
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Michael Hutchinson / Mass of Butterfly cocoons (unidentified species) attached to tree trunk, some empty, some with pupae, Iguazu NP, Argentina
Women extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-... - George Chan
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George Chan / Women extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-...
Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-... - George Chan
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George Chan / Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-...
Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-... - George Chan
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George Chan / Woman extracting raw silk fibres from silk-moth cocoons by boiling them, a traditional method for silk-making. Hotan City on the old Silk Road south of the Taklamakan Desert, Xinjiang Province, north-...
Silk Cocoons being boiled to unravel the threads before spinning. Hotan (Hetian) City, Xinjiang Province, North-west China. July 2006, BBC "Wild China" series - George Chan
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George Chan / Silk Cocoons being boiled to unravel the threads before spinning. Hotan (Hetian) City, Xinjiang Province, North-west China. July 2006, BBC "Wild China" series
Naxi woman in traditional dress with the seven-starred cape stretching silk cocoons to be dried later and then spun. Lijiang Yunnan Province, China   2006 - Pete Oxford
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Pete Oxford / Naxi woman in traditional dress with the seven-starred cape stretching silk cocoons to be dried later and then spun. Lijiang Yunnan Province, China 2006
Caterpillar larva of Five spotted hawkmoth (Tomato hornworm) {Manduca quinquemaculata} covered in pupal cocoons of parasitic braconid wasp, Tennessee, USA - Georgette Douwma
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Georgette Douwma / Caterpillar larva of Five spotted hawkmoth (Tomato hornworm) {Manduca quinquemaculata} covered in pupal cocoons of parasitic braconid wasp, Tennessee, USA
Midge larvae cocoons (Chironomidae) on bottom of sand-winning pit, Holland - Willem Kolvoort
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Willem Kolvoort / Midge larvae cocoons (Chironomidae) on bottom of sand-winning pit, Holland
Mulberry Silk Moths (Bombyx mori) emerging from their cocoon - Jane Burton
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Jane Burton / Mulberry Silk Moths (Bombyx mori) emerging from their cocoon
Saturniid moth caterpillar {Hylesia continua} covered with cocoons of parasite. Costa Rica, Central America - Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Saturniid moth caterpillar {Hylesia continua} covered with cocoons of parasite. Costa Rica, Central America
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