cockroach-nymph

‘Eodyss’ is the term used to describe the moulting of the exoskeleton of an invertebrate, which is shed during growth. This cockroach nymph has outgrown its old cuticle and has found a protected place to complete the moulting process. Once it has pulled its body out of its old skin, the cockroach must wait for the new cuticle to harden and darken.

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