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Fruit Fly Larvae. In other words, a maggot with jazz hands!

This image of a fruit fly larvae was honored as an Image of Distinction in the 2012 Nikon Small World Photomicrophotography Competition. Kevin Otto, Michelle Drennan and Dr.

Nikon MicroscopyU | Small World Competition | 2012

Drosophila Larva Gut - Jessica Von Stetina/Nikon Small World Photographer: Jessica Von Stetina - From: Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research.

11 Magnified Photos of Creepy Crawlies | Mental Floss

11 Magnified Photos of Creepy Crawlies

sooooooo transparent

Focus Stacked Macro Photos of Bugs by Photographer Nicolas Reusens

Silverstar.... by Wil Mijer

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2012 PHOTOMICROGRAPHY COMPETITION  Harold Taylor  Kensworth, Dunstable, United Kingdom    Subject Matter:  House spider (30x)  Technique:  Image Stacking

Nikon 2012 Small World Photomicrography Competition Harold Taylor Kensworth, Dunstable, United Kingdom House spider

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Mantis Shrimp, Also called the “sea locusts“, “prawn killers” and even “thumb splitters”, this is one of the most common predators in tropical and sub-tropical waters; little is known about them because of how much time they spend hiding in their burrows

Beautiful macro pictures of insects by Wil Mijer...

Stunning Macro Pictures of Insects by Wil Mijer

Beautiful macro pictures of insects by Wil Mijer...


Best Microscope Photos From 2011 Nikon Small World Contest

Donna Stolz University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Subject Matter: Mammalian cell collage stained for various proteins and organelles, assembled into a wreath Technique: Single slice confocal cell mosaic

cicada leaving it's old shell...it's wings are rolled for the first few minutes till they unfurl and dry...it's fascinating to watch the process

An annual cicada leaving its old shell - Its wings are rolled for a short while until they unfurl and dry.