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Adhesive pad on a foreleg of a ladybird beetle (Coccinella septempunctata) - 20X magnification - Jan Michaels

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Jan Michels - Place - Institute of Zoology, Functional Morphology and Biomechanics, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel - Kiel, Germany - Adhesive pad on a foreleg of Coccinella septempunctata (ladybird beetle) - Confocal, Autofluorescence -

"It's hard to believe, but this bushy, glowing object is a section of a ladybug leg. Ladybugs, also known as ladybirds, are readily available to either clear your gardens of aphids or make your wine taste really funny. It was photographed by Andrea Genre of the University of Turin, Italy."

"It's hard to believe, but this bushy, glowing object is a section of a ladybug leg. It was photographed by Andrea Genre of the University of Turin, Italy.

Surface of zebrafish embryo skin - a high magnification SEM view of epithelial cells of zebrafish embryo skin at 72 hours post fertilization.  (Credit: Marilyne Malbouyres and Florence Ruggiero, EMBO Journal) Nature Publishing Group

Surface of zebrafish embryo skin - a high magnification SEM view of epithelial cells of zebrafish embryo skin at 72 hours post fertilization. (Credit: Marilyne Malbouyres and Florence Ruggiero, EMBO Journal) Nature Publishing Group

Lobster eggs, magnified 1.25X. Tora Bardal, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. via Scientific American

Lobster Eggs (Image by Tora Bardal) --- Dark Roasted Blend: The Joys of Microscope Photography

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Ilustrações Psicodélicas de Scott Balmer

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Barnacle Appendages by Neurobiologist Igor Siwanowicz of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute------ Stunning Images from the 2014 Olympus BioScapes International Digital Imaging Competition [Slideshow] - Scientific American

Capillaries and alveoli in the lung. Strangely beautiful...

Fractals in Physiology - Capillaries in lung. Capillaries surround the individual alveoli, air sacs, allowing for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide between the capillaries and the alveoli.

Feather of a Dominican Cardinal Bird | 2005 Photomicrography Competition | Nikon Small World

Ian C. Walker, Huddersfield, UK Specimen: Feather of a Dominican Cardinal Bird Technique: Crossed-polars Rheinberg illumination

Butterfly eggs as seen under a microscope

and textures Photograph by Martin Oeggerli Large white butterfly egg Pieris brassicae The yellow eggs of the large white butterfly are laid in clumps on the undersides of cabbage leaves (above) and brussels sprouts.

Crystallized sulfur Known to be behind the characteristic odor of rotting eggs, sulfur is essential for all living cells. Cells make proteins that form strong chemical bonds called disulfide bridges between two adjacent sulfur atoms.

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