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These guys will eat your clothes; although one of them would prefer to eat your house. Some of them might prefer your books or your food; but they wil
These guys will eat your clothes; although one of them would prefer to eat your house. Some of them might prefer your books or your food; but they will all eat your clothes (cue spooky, danger lurking, music), if they get hungry enough.
large scale repeats (9495),
dermestid beetles (3),
clothes moth (3),
carpet beetles (3)
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If this gives you the jitters, are these jitterbuggers?
I have seen Florida palmettos. But you have not lived until you have met up with an Arizona Rhinoceros Beetle.
I was in Arizona, parked my car, opened the door, looked down, saw that creature, shut the door, and moved the car to a different parking space. The thing was bigger than my car key!
Posted almost 4 years ago.
Thank you Pinksodapop. they were meant to be creepy, so that's a compliment.
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"Shudder" Fireflower, I don't think I could have stood to work with the possibility of huge roaches crawling up my legs!! I've never had the dreaded German cockroach in any home I've had, although I did get a larger garden one in my below ground level, Queens, NY, apartment occasionally. But they just got in like any other garden bug might. I've seen those huge ones in Arizona. The roach family is quite large, and some of it's members are also. Thank you for the compliment and the good wishes.
The 5-inch roach is not an imaginary beastie. When I worked at the Department of Agriculture in Beltsville, Maryland, there were many 5-, 6-, 7- inch roaches in the un-finished cellar where I was cataloging chemicals. I used to work on a ladder, so I could see them coming, and brush them away before they could crawl up my legs. Your drawings are creepily real! Good luck in the contest!
Thank you Su_g. Unfortunately I have seen all of them, except the dermestid beetles, at one time or another. Dermestid beetles aren't in my area or I would no doubt have seen them also. This file is the size of the original drawings, which I did way oversized to make them even more jitter inducing. The roach is about 5 inches and the cricket about twice that. When I did the research for these I was surprised to find that roaches and termites would eat fabric.
Great title... nice to see the drawings by themselves. My fear always is that they will eat my fabric! (before I get around to sewing it all)
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