Overview and size comparison of the specimens used in this study. Coleoptera: a Prosopocoilus savagei b Anoplotrupes stercorosus, *: specimen was broken during comparative measurements c Stenocorus meridianus d Typhaeus typhoeus e Rutpela maculata f Valgus hemipterus g Cryptocephalus sericeus h Pogonocherus hispidus i Phyllobius pyri j Tytthaspis sedecimpunctata; Lepidoptera: k Zygaena filipendulae; Hymenoptera: l Paraponera clavata m Osmia adunca n Sphecodes ephippius; Diptera: o Thricops sp., p Culex pipiens q Oscinella frit; Gastropoda: r Helicodonta obvoluta s Aegopinella nitens t Discus rotundatus.; Scale bar: 1 cm (keep in mind that not all specimens are equidistant to the lens; i.e., at the same height of the needle).

  Part of: Ströbel B, Schmelzle S, Blüthgen N, Heethoff M (2018) An automated device for the digitization and 3D modelling of insects, combining extended-depth-of-field and all-side multi-view imaging. ZooKeys 759: 1-27. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.759.24584