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Neuroptera - poster
Neuroptera - poster
Neuroptera - poster
Neuroptera - poster

Neuroptera - poster

  • This illustration from the "Animals" series was commissioned by the Dictionary of Universal Natural History by the French botanist Charles Dessalines d'Orbigny. The graphic shows Neuroptera, known as net-winged insects.
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Neuroptera - poster
Neuroptera - poster
Paper:Smooth matte
Size:50 x 70 cm
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This original illustration from the "Animals" series was commissioned by the Dictionary of Universal Natural History by the French botanist and geologist Charles Henry Dessalines d'Orbigny, who lived from 1806-1876.

The attached graphic shows Neuroptera, or net-winged insects are soft-bodied insects with relatively few specialized features. They have large lateral compound eyes, and may or may not also have ocelli. Their mouthparts have strong mandibles suitable for chewing, and lack the various adaptations found in most other endopterygote insect groups. They have four wings, usually similar in size and shape, and a generalised pattern of veins.

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