blue bottle fly
garden tiger moth
And a watercolor of the rhinoceros beetle's life cycle, ft. the grub, the pupa, and the adult:
As a pupa, the rhinoceros beetle breathes but doesn't eat. It lives underground and moves very little. The structures of the adult insect are being formed inside of the pupal skin. When the developed adult emerges from this skin, it is soft and fragile, and only once its exoskeleton hardens will it dig its way out of the earth.