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Jumping bristletail

by DespinaTsafetopoulouΔήμος Νοτίου Πηλίου, Περιφέρεια Θεσσαλίας, Greece

A Jumping

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jumping bristletail

by GeorgHaindrichGemeinde Breitenfurt bei Wien, Niederösterreich, Austria

Archaeognatha - Machilidae

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Jumping Bristletail

by GC GanGeorge Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Order: Archaeognatha; Family: Machilidae

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Jumping Bristletail

by MachiKodiak, Alaska, USA

I saw several on these on the boulders at this beach.

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Jumping bristletails

by JellisPortola Valley, California, USA

Family of wingless insects. Related to the Silverfish. They can use their tails ...

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Bristletail

by CindyBinghamKeiserSan Diego, California, USA

Primitive, wingless, jumping insect with ...

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Jumping Bristletail

Monroe, North Carolina, USA

Jumping

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Jumping Bristletail

by Tom15Groton, Massachusetts, USA

Native to southern Europe, introduced to North America in the early 1900's. ...

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Jumping bristletail

by BenWhitePortland, Oregon, USA

Strange insect I haven't seen before. When I got close it "hopped" about ...

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jumping bristletail

by bugblubColorado, USA

Bristletail. 20 mm long including the ...

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Jumping Bristletail

by LisaPowersTennessee, USA

2 cm long (minus the tails) segmented creature with iridescent markings.

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Jumping Bristletail

by LaurenZarateChiapas, Mexico

A quite beautiful Jumping

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Bristletail

by asergioMorretes, Paraná, Brazil

Archaeognatha is an order of wingless insects, also known as

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Unknown spotting

by Flavio OliveiraPortugal

A brown jumping