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Larry the Licker

12 Tiny Creatures That Look Horrifying Under a Microscope - Answers.

Image BB2602 (#Silkworm) These #caterpillars are the larvae They feed only on mulberry leaves. They produce fine silk #cocoons around themselves as they pupate for metamorphosis. The silk is harvested for use in clothing and fabrics. Once the cocoons have been produced, the #pupae are killed to ensure the silk is not damaged by the emerging moths.  ©Eye of Science/Science Source #sem

BB2602: Silkworm

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a silkworm moth caterpillar (Bombyx mori). The silkworm uses its chewing mouthparts (upper centre) to feed on mulberry leaves.

david m phillips

La nature en folie N°7 – Passage au microscope de David M. Phillips

Arlene Wechezak of Anacortes, Wash., took second place with her up-close image of branching red alga, showing the tiny plant's reproductive tetraspores and golden diatoms.

Award-Winning Microscope Images

Red algae Scagelia, showing reproductive tetraspores and golden diatoms, by Arlene Wechezak, from Anacortes, Washington Life in miniature: The incredible 'dancing' microscopic creatures one photographer found in his garden pond

O Livro da Natureza

High-Tech Jumper “Jumping spider on a DVD reading my data! Shot with a Canon with a Canon MP-E macro lens.” The photo is taken by Coder.

Bionik: Geckofuss 120:1

( Macro Photography ) Geckofuss the leg of a Gecko has bristle-like fine hairs that allow him to climb on windows or upside-down on roofs. Courtesy of Oliver Meckes

microscope photography - Google Search

microscope photography - Google Search

Green bottle fly

The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe

Green bottle fly - The most incredible microscope images of 2016 reveal a beautiful, hidden universe - Page 24 of 92 - Business Insider

Parole de mouche - La Salamandre

Parole de mouche

Parole de mouche - La Salamandre

Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of the head of a moth, showing one of its two large compound eyes (orange) and its long proboscis (coiled). Magnification: when printed wide. (This gives me the heebie jeebies!

Once in a while we stumble across a great archive of public domain or creative commons imagery that just blows us away. Sometimes it's historical photos, o

Stunning Macro Photos of Bees Courtesy of the US Geological Survey

Once in a while we stumble across a great archive of public domain or creative commons imagery that just blows us away. Sometimes it's historical photos, o

How could an explosion create life? There is no proof.

Diane Berkenfeld photo of a common buckeye butterfly on a flower in a garden

Nikon Macro Photography Tips: Photographing Insects & Small Creatures from Nikon

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What do You Think if Bugs That Look Like Roaches?

Unusual Macro Photography Ideas 44

Macro photography is one of the most enticing ways to shoot digital photography. Macro photography really means that the subject is pretty much the same as what

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