A parasitic wasp (Chalcidoidea: Eulophidae) oviposits on katydid eggs (Tettigoniidae) in Monteverde, Costa Rica.
Stink bug eggs (Pentatomidae) from Iowa, USA.
Parasitized chrysalis from Thailand.
A female wasp-mimicking Tiger Moth (Arctiidae: genus Ceryx) lays her eggs on the underside of a palm tree leaf in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Mosquito eggs (Iowa, USA).
A Lady Beetle pupa (family Coccinellidae) bursts forth from its larval 'skin' in Iowa.
Insect eggs, likely those of the leaf-footed bug (Coreidae), from Iowa.
Butterfly chrysalis from Monteverde, Costa Rica.
Moth cocoon from the Timucuan Preserve in Florida.
A bagworm moth pupa (Psychidae) emerges from its intricate larval structure in Bangkok, Thailand. If you look closely, you can see the plumed antennae of the adult within the pupal case.
Butterfly chrysalis (with parasitic fly) from Panama.