Tomasz Lechocinski
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Razer Suit, Daniel Crossland on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/razer-suit-51048961-f37c-49ed-a216-827958d93973

Razer Suit, Daniel Crossland on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/razer-suit-51048961-f37c-49ed-a216-827958d93973

Sci Fi Samurai

Sci Fi Samurai

firefly

firefly

˚Opsiphanes cassiae, Cassia's Owlet, Crowned Caterpillar

˚Opsiphanes cassiae, Cassia's Owlet, Crowned Caterpillar

MACRO

MACRO

Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography

Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography

Real - Barber Pole Grasshopper - This is real. Dactylotum bicolor is a species of grasshopper, and the only presently-recognized member of its genus

Real - Barber Pole Grasshopper - This is real. Dactylotum bicolor is a species of grasshopper, and the only presently-recognized member of its genus

macro insect

macro insect

Cool Pictures of Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography Seen On  coolpicturegallery.blogspot.com

Cool Pictures of Alien Insects - Insect Macro Photography Seen On coolpicturegallery.blogspot.com

Small organisms, like insects, have problems with sound short circuiting, where the insect's body is smaller than the wavelength of sound they emit, so no sound is spread outwards. In order to make a sound with a shorter wavelength, insects need what is called a frequency multiplier. For example, cicadas have tymbal muscles under their wings that are pulled back and vibrate quickly to produce higher frequency sounds, which are then amplified by a semi-hollow body.

Small organisms, like insects, have problems with sound short circuiting, where the insect's body is smaller than the wavelength of sound they emit, so no sound is spread outwards. In order to make a sound with a shorter wavelength, insects need what is called a frequency multiplier. For example, cicadas have tymbal muscles under their wings that are pulled back and vibrate quickly to produce higher frequency sounds, which are then amplified by a semi-hollow body.