Following my post earlier this week about a Russian steampunk duck, I came across a couple of pictures of steampunk insects. They intrigued me, so I assembled these examples of the field. If you follow the links provided, you'll find many more to interest you.
First, from Tom Hardwidge at Arthrobots, here's a steampunk praying mantis.
Mike Libby at the Insect Lab has produced a large body (you should pardon the expression) of fascinating work. Here are two of his pieces: a grasshopper and a butterfly.
Catherinette Rings, a vendor on Etsy, has some very interesting steampunk jewelry. Here's 'The Smallest Steampunk Spider Sculpture'.
KAPcom on DeviantArt has a number of steampunk designs, including this 'Steam Powered Beetle'.
Also on DeviantArt, Malueram offers this steampunk scorpion.
Finally, Nemomatic offers another steampunk praying mantis - this one in both photographic and video form.
One has to salute the imagination and craftsmanship that went into producing these steampunk designs. Amazingly creative, aren't they?