Artist Charles Nissen






Continuation of Bug Show paintings.

. . .Arthropods are invertebrate animals characterized by a bilaterally symmetrical, jointed exoskeleton, and segmented bodies. Each segment bearing a pair of jointed limbs. The phylum Arthropoda is commonly divided into four subphyla forms: Chelicerata, Crustacea, Hexapoda, and Myriapoda. The extinct subphylum Trilobitomorpha (the Trilobites) were the dominant arthropods in early Paleozoic seas, but became extinct at the end of the Paleozoic Era, over 250 million years ago.






Eupoecila Australasiae
Glycobius Speciosus
Hadrurus Arizonensis
Lucanus Capeolus
Orthemis Ferruginea
Plathemis Subornata
 















Polyphylla Crinita
Psychomorpha Epimenis
Ptychoglene Phrada
Rosalia Funebris
Syntomeida Epilais
Syntomeida Ipomoeae
























Xylotrechus Undulatus
Zopherus Haldemani














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