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.