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Portrett, mann i biskopdrakt. Biskop Bugge.

Portrett, mann i biskopdrakt. Biskop Bugge.

Portrett, mann i biskopdrakt. Biskop Bugge.

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The JUNE BUG which won Scientific American trophy, July 4, 1908, with Curtiss, pilot. Hammondsport, N.Y

The JUNE BUG which won Scientific American trophy, July 4, 1908, with ...

Two photos showing plane with A.M. Herring, Chas. M. Manly, A.R. Hawley, J.A.D. McCuroy & Tom Baldwin.

June Bug at Rheims, N.Y

June Bug at Rheims, N.Y

Biplane taking off. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. "4113 A.S." Ernest L. Jones Collection. Caption card tracings: Airplanes; Geog.

G.H. Curtiss winning Scientific American Trophy with aeroplane "June Bug," driven by a Curtiss Motor, Hammondsport, N.Y., July 4, 1908

G.H. Curtiss winning Scientific American Trophy with aeroplane "June B...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. Army Air Service "1360 A.S." Copyright by H.M. Benner. Ernest L. Jones Collection. Caption card tracings: NY H-; Aviation 1908; Airplanes ... More

The "Wiggle Much" Creature on a Tree Stump Looking at a Bug

The "Wiggle Much" Creature on a Tree Stump Looking at a Bug

Herbert E. Crowley (British, London 1873–1939 Zurich)

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American Red Cross - Groups - Members of American Red Cross Commission to Poland in front of Warsaw headquarters before breaking up into units to attack Typhus epdiemic. They went into cities, towns and villages in immense territory east of River Bug where the people were hit hardest by ravages of war. Many of them went to Brest-Litowski. Others scattered up closer to fighting fronts in places like Pinks, Kowel and Rawaruska

American Red Cross - Groups - Members of American Red Cross Commission...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Groups

Photograph of Fire Bug Float

Photograph of Fire Bug Float

Original caption: Float "Fire Bug," Camp Evelyn, Upper Michigan. Historic Photographs

Photograph of Spittle Bug Damage to a Jack Pine Plantation

Photograph of Spittle Bug Damage to a Jack Pine Plantation

Original caption: Spittle bug damage to jack pine plantation. Historic Photographs

Ägare:/194 -64/: Polska staten. Hemort: Szczecin.

Ägare:/194 -64/: Polska staten. Hemort: Szczecin.

Ägare:/194 -64/: Polska staten. Hemort: Szczecin.

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/2/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/2/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/2/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/2/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

HIGH SPEED BUG RIG

The original finding aid described this as: Capture Date: 10/2/1974 Photographer: DONALD HUEBLER Keywords: Larsen Scan Photographs Relating to Agency Activities, Facilities and Personnel

Breakwater 'Bug' Light built in 1875, Portland, Maine

Breakwater 'Bug' Light built in 1875, Portland, Maine

Digital image produced by Carol M. Highsmith to represent her original film transparency; some details may differ between the film and the digital images. The most elegant of all Maine's lighthouses, it was mod... More

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, cross the Bug Han Gang River in a rubber raft during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, c...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Soldiers of the 1ST Bn., 25th Infantry Div., cross the Bug Han Gang River in a rubber raft during the joint South Korea/U.S. training exercise Team Spirit '82

Soldiers of the 1ST Bn., 25th Infantry Div., cross the Bug Han Gang Ri...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, cross the Bug Han Gang River in rubber rafts during the joint South Korean/US training Exercsie TEAM SPIRIT '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, c...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Members of the 1ST Bn., 21st Inf., 25th Inf. Div., prepare to cross the Bug Han Gang River in rubber rafts during the joint South Korean/U.S. training exercise Team Spirit '82

Members of the 1ST Bn., 21st Inf., 25th Inf. Div., prepare to cross th...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Troops of the 1ST Bn., 21st Inf., 25th Inf. Div., prepare to make a 400-yard crossing of the Bug Han Gang River using rubber rafts. The river crossing took place prior to the beginning of the joint South Korean/U.S. training exercise Team Spirit '82

Troops of the 1ST Bn., 21st Inf., 25th Inf. Div., prepare to make a 40...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Country: Korea Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service D... More

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, prepare to cross the Bug Han Gang River during the joint South Korean/US training Exercise TEAM SPIRIT '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, p...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, carry a rubber raft toward the Bug Han Gang River for a crossing exercise during the joint South Korean/US training Operation TEAM SPIRIT '82

Members of the 1ST Battalion, 21st Infantry, 25th Infantry Division, c...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: TEAM SPIRIT '82 Base: Bug Han Gang Country: Republic Of Korea (ROK) Scene Camera Operator: Al Chang Release Status: Released... More

Artwork: "I Wish the C.O. Was Not Such a Bug for Tight Formation" Artist: Ferguson

Artwork: "I Wish the C.O. Was Not Such a Bug for Tight Formation" Arti...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Country: Unknown Scene Camera Operator: Unknown Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

In preparation of deployment to Indonesia with the Naval Environmental Preventive Medicine Unit (NEPMU), US Navy (USN) Hospital Corpsman Third Class (HM3) Ron Berard sprays uniforms with Permethrin, a mosquito repellant. NEPMU will join other Preventive Medicine Units from Norfolk, Virginia (VA), Bangor, Washington (WA), and Jacksonville, Florida (FL), to assist humanitarian relief efforts by providing water quality testing, bug spraying, and medical care for Tsunami survivors

In preparation of deployment to Indonesia with the Naval Environmental...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Naval Station, Pearl Harbor State: Hawaii (HI) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Jennifer L. Bailey, Usn Releas... More

Flooding - Fargo, N. D. , March 17, 2010 -- Trucks loaded with sandbags from sandbag central wait to head to neighborhoods for staging as the sandbag express bug take volunteers out to staging points. Photo: Michael Rieger/FEMA

Flooding - Fargo, N. D. , March 17, 2010 -- Trucks loaded with sandbag...

The original database describes this as: Title: Tucks loaded with sandbags in North Dakota Production Date: 03/17/2010 Caption: Fargo, N. D. , March 17, 2010 -- Trucks loaded with sandbags from sandbag centr... More

Flooding ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Hillside, N. J. , September 29, 2011 --  Brittney Galla, a member of the AmeriCorps New Jersey "volunteer" team, packs cans of bug and mosquito spray into health and hygiene kits for distribution to disaster survivors of Hurricane Irene at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. AmeriCorps is one of many organizations that provide assistance to disaster survivors through the coordinating efforts of FEMA. Photo by Christopher Mardorf /  FEMA.

Flooding ^ Hurricane/Tropical Storm - Hillside, N. J. , September 29, ...

The original database describes this as: Title: AmeriCorps packs health and hygiene kits for Hurricane Irene disaster survivor in New Jersey Production Date: 09/29/2011 Caption: Hillside, N. J. , September 2... More

Stag beetle (Lucanidae), Congaree National Park, 2012.

Stag beetle (Lucanidae), Congaree National Park, 2012.

Stag beetles include about 1,200 species of beetle, separated into just four subfamilies. It's probably not surprising that the name derives from the male beetles' distinctive mandibles, which are found in most... More

EMU with Travel Bug in the A/L

EMU with Travel Bug in the A/L

View of Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) with geocaching travel bug,in the airlock (A/L). Photo was taken during Expedition 38. Image was released by astronaut on Twitter.

Geocaching Travel Bug in the SM

Geocaching Travel Bug in the SM

View of geocaching travel bug attached to chain,in the Service Module (SM) - (Panel 218). Photo was taken during Expedition 38. Image was released by astronaut on Twitter.

Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis), Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site, 2015.

Magnolia green jumping spider (Lyssomanes viridis), Tuskegee Institute...

This spider may seem small and cute but it is actually a fierce predator. Like all jumping spiders, it has excellent vision that it uses for courtship, hunting and even navigation. It is one of the most easily ... More

Golden-backed snipe fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus), Valley Forge National Historical Park, 2014.

Golden-backed snipe fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus), Valley Forge Nationa...

Unfortunately, little is know about the life cycle or habits of the golden-backed snipe fly in particular. However, we do know that this fly is one of about 120,000 members of the true fly order Diptera. Snipe ... More

Golden-backed snipe fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus), Valley Forge National Historical Park, 2014.

Golden-backed snipe fly (Chrysopilus thoracicus), Valley Forge Nationa...

Unfortunately, little is know about the life cycle or habits of the golden-backed snipe fly in particular. However, we do know that this fly is one of about 120,000 members of the true fly order Diptera. Snipe ... More

Dragonfly (Anisoptera), Ocmulgee National Monument, 2015.

Dragonfly (Anisoptera), Ocmulgee National Monument, 2015.

The suborder Anisoptera derives from the Greek 'anisos' for uneven and 'pteron' for wing because the hindwing is broader than the forewing. Now you see it, don't you? This silhouette lets you view the dragonfly... More

Caterpillar, El Morro National Monument, 2015.

Caterpillar, El Morro National Monument, 2015.

Scientists have discovered that some caterpillars can whistle! How? You see, insects breathe through spiracles (i.e., the holes in their sides that you see in this photo). After some experimentation, it has bee... More

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Historic Site, 2015.

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Hist...

Often referred to simply as the cicada killer or the cicada hawk, it is probably more appropriate to call it the eastern cicada killer to distinguish it from multiple related wasp species. It occurs in the east... More

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Historic Site, 2015.

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Hist...

Often referred to simply as the cicada killer or the cicada hawk, it is probably more appropriate to call it the eastern cicada killer to distinguish it from multiple related wasp species. It occurs in the east... More

Katydid (Microcentrum rhombifolium), Saugus Iron Works National Historic Site, 2015.

Katydid (Microcentrum rhombifolium), Saugus Iron Works National Histor...

Katydids are named for their call, which sounds like someone is saying "ka - ty - did". You'll find katydids usually eating from the tops of trees and bushes, probably where there are fewer predators and less c... More

Pinacate beetle (Eleodes), Zion National Park, 2015.

Pinacate beetle (Eleodes), Zion National Park, 2015.

The pinacate beetle is known by many names, including clown bug, stink bug, stink beetle and darkling beetle. It is noted for the well-known, if smelly, defense in which it stands on its head to squirt a noxiou... More

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Historic Site, 2015.

Eastern cicada killer (Sphecius speciosus), Lincoln Home National Hist...

Often referred to simply as the cicada killer or the cicada hawk, it is probably more appropriate to call it the eastern cicada killer to distinguish it from multiple related wasp species. It occurs in the east... More

Pestering pests: Entomology sprays down threats

Pestering pests: Entomology sprays down threats

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Adrian Pozo-Romero, 31st Civil Engineer Squadron pest control technician, sprays a tree with pesticide to kill and keep away pine processionary caterpillars at Aviano Air Base, Italy, ... More

Bloodroot bloom (Sanguinaria canadensis), Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, 2016.

Bloodroot bloom (Sanguinaria canadensis), Cumberland Gap National Hist...

Bloodroots are perennial, herbaceous flowering plants native to eastern North America. It is the only member of the genus Sanguinaria and sometimes known by other nicknames: bloodwort, redroot, red puccoon, pau... More

Lubber grasshopper (Romalea guttata) nymphs, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, 2016.

Lubber grasshopper (Romalea guttata) nymphs, Jean Lafitte National His...

Lubber grasshoppers go through several stages, like all insects. This photo reflects the nymph (i.e., immature) stage: they are smaller than in the adult stage, wingless and completely black with one or more ye... More

First State National Historical Park

First State National Historical Park

On May 20 and 21, 2016, the Nature Conservancy and the National Park Service partnered with National Geographic to execute First State National Historical Park's first Bioblitz outside of Wilmington, Delaware. ... More

Red velvet ant (Dasymutilla occidentalis), Lava Beds National Monument, 2016.

Red velvet ant (Dasymutilla occidentalis), Lava Beds National Monument...

The female, pictured here, is wingless and often mistaken for a true ant. This species is actually a wasp, capable of an extremely-painful sting. Stories of this sting are what earned it the moniker 'cow killer... More

Scorpion (Scorpiones), Lava Beds National Monument, 2016.

Scorpion (Scorpiones), Lava Beds National Monument, 2016.

These predatory arachnids are probably one of the most easily-recognized in the animal kingdom. Everyone recognizes the scorpion's grasping pedipalps and segmented tail, often carried forward curving over its b... More

Wolf spider (Lycosidae spp.), Lava Beds National Monument, 2016.

Wolf spider (Lycosidae spp.), Lava Beds National Monument, 2016.

Wolf spiders are amazing little creatures, capable of great speed and excellent vision. Recognize a wolf spider by its eight conspicuous eyes arranged into three rows. Rather than spinning webs to wait for prey... More

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Adrianna Washington,

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Adrianna Washington,

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Adrianna Washington, 18th Civil Engineer Squadron Pest Management apprentice, baits a snake trap May 25, 2016, at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The 18th CES’s entomology flight traps p... More

A volunteer with Monarch Teacher Network holds Monarch

A volunteer with Monarch Teacher Network holds Monarch

A volunteer with Monarch Teacher Network holds Monarch Butterflies before a butterfly release ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, Aug. 9, 2016, in Arlington, Va. The Monarch Butterflies will migrate south ... More

Deep interest

Deep interest

Professor E.O. Wilson on the left with back to us, talks to young people, three young girls

A Corps of Engineers environmental specialist places

A Corps of Engineers environmental specialist places

A Corps of Engineers environmental specialist places an American Burying Beetle on grid paper to photograph and catalog information about the endangered insect during a recent survey. Tulsa District environment... More

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Dover, a force

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Dover, a force

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joshua Dover, a force management technician with the 52nd Force Support Squadron, eats a cricket Sept. 25, 2013, during a survive, evade, resist and escape challenge at Spangdahl... More

The 18th Civil Engineer Squadron’s entomology flight

The 18th Civil Engineer Squadron’s entomology flight

The 18th Civil Engineer Squadron’s entomology flight has snake traps across Kadena Air Base, Japan, in locations with high reports of snake sightings. Do not touch or pick up the boxes as snakes may be present.... More

From the left, Teresa Lim, Cindy Wackerbarth and Paul

From the left, Teresa Lim, Cindy Wackerbarth and Paul

From the left, Teresa Lim, Cindy Wackerbarth and Paul Wackerbarth, all volunteers with Monarch Teacher Network, give remarks to nearly 30 attendees of a butterfly release in Arlington National Cemetery, Aug. 9,... More

Lee Kirkpatrick, a natural resource specialist from

Lee Kirkpatrick, a natural resource specialist from

Lee Kirkpatrick, a natural resource specialist from Little Rock District, baits a Burying Beetle trap. The trap is set with rotten meat to attract Burying Beetles. Once collected, the team will count, catalogue... More