Under a magnification of 42X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted the exoskeletal region where this unidentified hornet?s right forewing was attached to its thorax. This insect was discovered in the suburbs of Decatur, Georgia. This hornet was a member of the Phylum Arthropoda, and the class Insecta, for it possesses three pairs of these jointed extremities. Note the hair-like ?setae?, seen here adorning the insect?s thorax and membranous wings, which provided the hornet with data Stock Photo 4384-106 : Superstock

Under a magnification of 42X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted the exoskeletal region where this unidentified hornet?s right forewing was attached to its thorax. This insect was discovered in the suburbs of Decatur, Georgia. This hornet was a member of the Phylum Arthropoda, and the class Insecta, for it possesses three pairs of these jointed extremities. Note the hair-like ?setae?, seen here adorning the insect?s thorax and membranous wings, which provided the hornet with data

Stock Photo: 4384-106 Under a magnification of 42X, this scanning electron micrograph (SEM) depicted the exoskeletal region where this unidentified hornet?s right forewing was attached to its thorax. This insect was discovered in the suburbs of Decatur, Georgia. This hornet was a member of the Phylum  Arthropoda, and the class Insecta, for it possesses three pairs of these jointed extremities. Note the hair-like ?setae?, seen here adorning the insect?s thorax and membranous wings, which provided the hornet with data

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