Insects possess segmented bodies supported by an exoskeleton, a hard outer covering made mostly of chitin. The segments of the body are organized into three distinctive but interconnected units, or tagmata; a head, a thorax, and an abdomen. The head supports a pair of sensory antennae, a pair of compound eyes, if present, one to three simple eyes, if present, ("ocelli") and three sets of variously modified appendages that form the mouthparts. The thorax has six segmented legs (one pair each for the prothorax, mesothorax and the metathorax segments making up the thorax) and two or four wings (if present in the species). The abdomen (made up of eleven segments some of which may be reduced or fused) has most of the digestive, respiratory, excretory and reproductive internal structure
Several months ago we have been posted about the skill of insect to camouflage with the flowers, and now in this opportunity we'll share to you the world's most beautiful pictures of insect.. all of the picture below was a HQ picture, and you can see the detail of those insect.
I wonder what camera did they use to take this beautiful shot of an insect?? this is really a good photography.. really amazing.
Most Beautiful Insect Photography