3.1 A female katydid of an undescribed species of Austrosalomona (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), from northern Australia, with a large spermatophore attached to her genital opening (refer to Box 5.2) (D.C.F. Rentz).

3.2 Pupa of a Christmas beetle, Anoplognathussp. (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae), removed from its pupation site in the soil in Canberra, Australia (P.J. Gullan).

3.3 Egg mass of Tenodera australasiae (Mantodea: Mantidae) with young mantid nymphs emerging, from Queensland, Australia (refer to Box 13.2) (D.C.F. Rentz).

3.4 Eclosing (molting) adult katydid of an Elephantodeta species (Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae), from the Northern Territory, Australia (D.C.F. Rentz).

3.5 Overwintering monarch butterflies, Danaus plexippus (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae), from Mill Valley in California, USA (D.C.F. Rentz).

3.6 A fossilized worker ant of Pseudomyrmex oryctus (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in Dominican amber from the Oligocene or Miocene (P.S. Ward).

3.7 A diversity of flies (Diptera), including calliphorids, are attracted to the odor of this Australian phalloid fungus, Anthurus archeri, which produces a foul-smelling slime containing spores that are

List of color plates ix consumed by the flies and distributed after passing through the insects' guts (P.J. Gullan).

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