A Green Tiger Beetle. Twenty-four of Levon Biss' final images will appear in the Oxford Museum of Natural History, and they're displayed bigger than even the bugs in your worst nightmares. A 10-millimeter insect is shown as a 3-meter (9.8 foot) print, with the real bug on view right along with it.
A Flying Saucer Trench Beetle. All bugs shown in the exhibit come from the Oxford Museum of Natural History's entomology collection, which contains what is believed to be the world's oldest pinned insect specimen.
Here's a Darkling Beetle through Levon Biss' lens. "I will light and shoot just one antennae, then after I have completed this area I will move onto the eye and the lighting setup will change entirely to suit the texture and contours of that part of the body," the photographer said. "I continue this process until I have covered the whole surface area of the insect."