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Scolopendra gigantea, also known as the Amazonian giant centipede, is the largest existing species of centipede in the world, reaching over 30 cm (12 in) in length. It is known to eat lizards, frogs, birds, mice, and even bats, catching them in midflight, as well as rodents and spiders. The Permian genus Euphoberia was the largest centipede, growing up to 1 m (39 in) in length.
Solifugae are an order of animals in the class Arachnida. They are known variously as camel spiders, wind scorpions, sun spiders or solifuges.At the front end the prosoma bears two chelicerae that in most species are conspicuously large. The chelicerae serve as jaws. Most species of the Solifugae live in deserts and feed opportunistically on ground-dwelling arthropods and other small animals. Some species may grow to a length of 300 mm (12 in) including legs.
Male Ant-mimicking jumping spider, Myrmarachne formicaria, Salticidae Size 6 mm
Small orb weaver, about 5 mm body length. Has it's front legs raised in it's "pissed off" stance.
Dolichopodidae, the long-legged flies are generally small flies with large, prominent eyes and a metallic cast to their appearance. The males often have enlarged genitalia which can be useful for species recognition. The adults are predatory on other small animals.
Cicindela campestris, commonly called the green tiger beetle is a widespread Eurasian species of tiger beetle. Adults are 12-15mm long.
The Oak Processionary (Thaumetopoea processionea) is a moth whose caterpillars are pests in oak forests and pose a health hazard because of their poisonous setae (hairs), which may cause skin irritation and asthma. The moths are widely distributed in central and southern Europe. The wingspan of adult stage moths is between 25 and 35 mm. The moths are posing an increasing threat to humans as their range is being extended by the warming European climate. The backs of older caterpillars are covered with up to 63,000 pointed defensive bristles containing an urticating toxin.
Annelid worm. Colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of an annelid worm, belonging to the subclass Oligochaeta. This subclass encompasses terrestrial earthworms and species that live in freshwater environment.
picture of Polychaete, or scale worm, a species that survive the intense pressures more than 1,000 meters below the water's surface, where the sun's rays never penetrate.
Scale worms have mouths which can turn inside out in order to help them catch their prey. The creatures can exists in both the extreme cold of the seabed, as well as super heated water found near the volcanic vents where water can be 375C
A colored scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a maggot or the maggot of a bluebottle fly (Protophormia sp.) with tiny teeth-like fangs extending from its mouth. The maggots of this fly are used medicinally to clean wounds. The maggots are sterilised and placed in the wound, where they feed on dead tissue and leave healthy tissue untouched. Their saliva contains anti- bacterial chemicals which maintain sterility in the area. Maggots are used on ulcers and deep wounds away from organs or body cavities, most often being used to treat diabetic ulcers on the feet