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Artwork of Insects with Human Faces

Artwork of Insects with Human Faces
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Title: Artwork of Insects with Human Faces
Description: Print of seven insects and one mammal with human faces. Scientific names printed beneath each image. "Melanoplus differentialis" grasshopper, "Eurypelma hentzii" spider, larva of "Carpocapsa pomonella" coding moth, "Atarsos grindeliae" aphid, "Diapheromera femorata" walking stick, "Hippodamia parenthesis" ladybug, "Cynomys ludouicianus" prairie dog, and "Ephedrus plagiator" aphid.

Image ID: 104508
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association : Records, 1875-1979
Genre: Print
Subjects: Portraits
Bee culture

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