A water scorpion mounted onto a white card stock paper in a shadow frame.
Nepidae is a family of exclusively aquatic Heteropteran insects in the order Hemiptera. They are commonly called water scorpions for their superficial resemblance to scorpions, due to their raptorial forelegs and the presence of a long slender process at the posterior end of the abdomen, resembling a tail.
FRAME: 10cm x 15cm. This frame can be changed to black, white or oak - leave a note at checkout if you would like it changed from the display photo!